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Cowboy Poetry: “A Cowboy Named Bob” by Clifford Hawk

This poem describes the tough luck a rancher faced one day.

There once was a cowboy named Bob,

who loved punching cows for a job.

He made sure they had feed & water,

cause that what he ought’er.

His favorite cow gave birth to a bull,

who kicked Bob while he took a chew.

He choked and coughed till he spewed,

now Bob is done with cattle he is through.

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