This mountain man poem opens a window to the heart and mind of someone who lived the life of a mountaineer. Primary sources are invaluable for learning about the past. From them, we can learn about the past most accurately and get a real sense of a time period. Journals, newspapers, artifacts, and photos all … Continue reading Rufus Sage’s Authentic Mountain Man Poem Opens a Window to the Past.
Lawn Mowing Poem This summers been hot, this summers been dry There ain’t been no rain ceptin fore when I cry This land has been parched with a powerful thirst It’ll live that’s for sure, but we need dern rain first Our water bills growing the checks getting bigger When we git the mail our … Continue reading Mowing the Lawn
Crescent Lake Poem The darkness ahead matches the blackness behind, I race to the east, racing sunrise. The place that I’m marching to, is tucked way out of the way, A place most folks fly over, but I go to play. Its seas of tall grass and an ocean of sky, The desolation it seems … Continue reading Crescent Lake
How I Got Rich Bowhunting I got a tale that I should keep tucked underneath my hat, Under lock and key, and just for me, but I’ve seen enough of that. I’ve made a fortune in this life, almost more than I can bear And done it all while standing tall shooting arrows through the … Continue reading How I Got Rich Bowhunting