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Cowboy Epitaph

Farewell to a Dream Companion

By Veronica ColdironPublished 2 years ago 1 min read
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It was here that I buried you,

on this high hill,

which you so longed for in life.

Here your spirit may look

to one side

upon the beautiful sea,

until it reaches the multi-colored

horizons of heaven.

To the other side,

at the foot of this hill,

Rests the small town that you loved;

where men were still cowboys,

walking with holsters on their hips

and six-shooters at their side.

It was here that we parted our ways,

my friend;

mine was to remain

in this sleepy town,

nestled at the foothills of humanity.

Yours was to tread the high ground,

overlooking eternity.


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Veronica Coldiron

I'm a mild-mannered project accountant by day, a free-spirited writer, artist, singer/songwriter the rest of the time. Let's subscribe to each other! I'm excited to be in a community of writers and I'm looking forward to making friends!

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Comments (5)

  • Mariann Carrollabout a year ago

    You are an amazing poet . Just subscribed 💗

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  • Awww this reminded me a little of the Red River Valley! Left love very beautiful ❤️

  • Deasun T. Smyth2 years ago

    amazing poem, it was structured so well. I've always been a fan of the cowboy days.

  • Novel Allen2 years ago

    The beautiful violent cowboy days. Every part of history has so many stories to tell. Lovely poem.

  • Gina C.2 years ago

    Oh, this is beautiful and so deeply emotional. Wonderfully done ❤️

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