Ron Secoy

Rookie (St Louis MO USA)

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Ron Secoy, cowboy poet and cowboy at heart, lives at Central High, Oklahoma not far from Duncan and the famed Chisholm Trail. Not a cowboy by upbringing or by trade, his interest in the cowboy and cowboy poetry is in his words, “God given and a part of the big round up.”
He has written something, from short stories to newspaper articles and personal journaling, most of his life. His first... more »

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Just A Horse

A friend died recently
Our hearts filled with remorse
Some may not understand
They’ll say, “He was just a horse”

Broke his heart to sell Apache
But when Dad died he was forced
Three hundred and fifty dollars
“If you want just a horse”

For my daughter, a new chapter
In her growing up course
Her heart and eyes burned bright
Yet, “he was just a horse”

In the arena, through the poles
Riding natures own source
Mounted on her lithe steed
“Yes, he was just a horse”

A queen in the parade
With a crown and sash, of course
Riding ...

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