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Reflections From The Wilderness A Cowboys Journey is book on Cowboy Poetry and Native Narrative Poems, and on America and experiences of the wilderness which I experienced and lived, while sharing The Cowboy Way, Native Way as misicuns -- Brothers
Wild West Society
A Cowboy Don't Ya See
As I stand upon Open Range,
Filled with Indian Paint Brush,
I take in my beautiful cowboy land,
With a horizon magnificent,grand,
Recalls years of memories,
For this cowboy, nothin was to change,
Despite the travails I would see.
Now folks, I've rode many a trail,
On horseback, crossed many a stream,
And along the way somewhere in between,
Pushed herds of horses and broomtails,
Across desert heat neath a blazin sun,
Not a shade tree to be seen,
Or layin tracks followin timberline,
While pickin up strays along the way,
Ridin frozen, runnin out trail,time.
Now here I stand,
With cowboy memories close at hand,
And as I watch the sun go down,
With my horse Shadow next to me,
I start to mount and ride off,
While hearing a question.
A question asked oft,
What's so special,
Special about Cowboy'n that I found,
I softly reply, Because it's me,
For I'm a cowboy, Don't Ya see.
Written by Stoney Greywolf Bowers (c)
Midwest Book Review
Within the pages of this wonderful collection, Reflections From The Wilderness, Stoney Greywolf Bowers breathes the very dept of his heart and life into the reader.
Through his words,the life of a cowboy,the life of Native Americans,the life of the wilderness, becomes a living force that awakens excitement of a special time in our world.
I believe this collection voices the heart cry to capture, honor,and remember a part of America that is slowly disappearing -- the greatness of a nation, the fortitude of men, animals, our land, and the struggles to survive.
This is more than a collection of poetry,or one man's memories, it is a work of art, and history.
Truly a book that I am proud to give my highest freccomendation to and urge everyone to read, over and over, and pass it on from genertion to genertion.
A true keepsake -- Shirley Johnson --
MidWest Book Review.
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