Love Poems About Hoss or Hoss Love Poems
by Larry Bradfield |

Just A Young Cowboy

I would like to ask you to dance
But I'm a little shy
I would like to call you baby
An' look you in the eye

I'll bet you that we could two-step
An' have a real good time
An' I could write you a poem
An' say some words that rhyme

I could teach you to ride a hoss
Then gaze at stars above
Smell that fresh mountain air at night
An' talk of things like love

But then I'm just a young cowboy
An' I don't know such things
Still I'd like to call you baby
An' see if that song sings

December 2016

by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: confusion, fate, future, political, power,

Ignore Him

Toss and turn, turn and toss
  Those elephants in their beds
    designed for a 'hoss'

   I love him; I love him not
   He loves us; he loves us not
   Thus do they while the night away...

What they wouldn't give to be able to sleep
Yet no matter how social media restricts him
    He'll still find a way to say Bleep

If those elephants would only look past their nose
They might take a lesson from the donkeys, their foes --
  Who let their failed Presidential Candidate
    Simply twist in the wind
    Until, inevitably
    She did herself in