Without You... Poem by Cowboy Ron Williams

Without You...

Rating: 4.6


… I am not complete.

Without you, I am like Stan Laurel
without Oliver Hardy,
or like Bud Abbott
without Lou Costello.

I'm a pepper shaker
with no salt in sight,
a lamp with no oil
on the darkest night.

I am Roy Rogers
without his horse Trigger.
Want a better comparison?
Can't think of none bigger!

I'm like a fish without a fin;
I'm like a ship without a sail,
a sinner with no sin,
a mailman with no mail.

I'm a lighthouse with no light,
a diner with no food,
an umpire with no sight,
a dinner with no mood.

I'm half a man without a plan,
quite helpless, sad but true.
I'm totally incomplete
… without you.

Without You...
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Dillip K Swain 12 July 2021

A wonderful poem dear poet, I liked it...5 stars.

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Bri Edwards 12 July 2021

Gee, Ron, is that Roy or Ron with Trigger? ? ? ? Oh, not me; I'm with Dale! ! ! It's always nice reminiscing about the GREAT TV shows I/we grew up with. Thanks. bri ;)

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Bri Edwards 12 July 2021

I like how the first line complements the 'title'.

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Kim Barney 13 July 2021

One of your best poems, Ron! Five stars and to my favorites list!

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Kim Barney 13 July 2021

You could be Moe without both Curley and Larry!

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Sylvia Frances Chan 02 June 2022

I like this poem very very much dear Ron, handsome photograph of Ron and horse, eh sorry of Roy and Trigger, but I just wish to CONGRATULATE YOU having written this amazing poem, a poem to my heart.5 Stars, Cowboy!

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LeeAnn Azzopardi 23 December 2021

Truly Wonderful and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

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Linda Bella Wassermeister 23 December 2021

Fantastic poem, Cowboy! Five stars for sure!

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Bharati Nayak 18 July 2021

Without You --I'm a lighthouse with no light, a diner with no food, an umpire with no sight, a dinner with no mood.---A great poem, thanks for sharing.

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Kim Barney 13 July 2021

But if Curley and Larry have each other, do they need any Moe?

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