Films - John Wayne - Poem by Paul Warren
Where are you going pilgrim?
Was his line with a big grin
He was tall in the saddle riding on
Whilst you'd hear a country song
He would always be so wise
When delving out his advice
And you would know the bad guy
Would be shot and surely die
He was for the United States
And was there when others delved out their hates
So watching him on the silver cinema screen
John Wayne would ensure it was good and clean.
© Paul Warren Poetry
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