Mathew Miller

Rookie (11-3-88 / Norwich)

Desperado Rides - Poem by Mathew Miller

Desperado is a cowboy and a stranger
Everywhere he goes trouble is near
But Desperado doesn't fear trouble or danger
Because Desperado has nothing to fear

He rides with the sun and sleeps with the stars
They know him as an outsider
His name is known in towns and in bars
He's called a rough rider

Know one knows when he'll roll into town
He's lightning fast and hurricane quick
He leaves when the sun goes down
Leaving behind his legacy and tricks

Desperado rides on strong
Singing that lonely blues song

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 10, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, June 10, 2005


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