Macy Dvirnak

Defining The Cowgirl - Poem by Macy Dvirnak

The clothes don't make the cowgirl,
But the definition does.

To be a cowgirl,
It takes heart.
It takes personality
And solid character.

Being a cowgirl isn't
Just some trend.

It requires toughness
And a willing additude
When the time comes
For work to be done.

It insists
On utmost excellence
And skill.

Accuracy and perfection
Are its goals.

The one thing that defines
Someone as a cowgirl
The most,
Is not clothes,
Boots, hairdoos, or accesories.

You are a cowgirl
When you have
A love for horses,
And most importantly-

An undying love for Jesus
And a genuine appreciation
And respect
For the open praire
That he created for our
Personal enjoyment.

This is my definition of
Of the word
And I can garuntee
That you won't find this definition
In the dictionary.


Because I aspire
To be a cowgirl
For Christ.

Are you a cowgirl?

Topic(s) of this poem: love and art

Poet's Notes about The Poem

A tribute to all my fellow country chicks, who are cowgirls to the core! more to read - scroll down

p.s. it is not so strange to link being a cowgirl to serving God, because so called cowgirls, or chicks- are associated with drinking, cheerleaders, dirty dancing, sex, bars and clubs, and other things. this is not the cowgirl. you see, the cowboy was a hired hand. he was hard working, honest, and good with quarter horse, cow, and colt 45. the cowboy and cowgirl must have both tack and tact. the cowboy is the legend of the west. America was built on God, freedom, cowboys, the Bible. American history was both lived written from the saddle of a horse. so praise God, ya'll, with a great big- yeehaaaw!

Comments about Defining The Cowgirl by Macy Dvirnak

  • Xelam Kan™ (3/4/2013 11:37:00 AM)

    my goodness.........
    how strangely a cow girl linked with jesus...i wish i say yes but cant, u know y....
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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 4, 2015

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