Marshall Matt Dillon - Poem by Ima Ryma
Marshall Matt Dillon on T.V.
Kept Dodge City safe in Gunsmoke.
With Long Branch madam, Miss Kitty,
Old Doc, Festus and other folk,
Each week Matt would set in prime time
An example of what was best
In dealing with bad guys of crime,
And taming up the wild, wild west.
The baby boomers grew up with
Matt Dillon's clean and wholesome brand.
Maybe it was only a myth,
But back then that was T.V. land.
Forever, the smoke from his gun.
Matt Dillon rides in the rerun.
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