The Horse at the O.K. Corral.
Robert Cormack
131

You’ve managed to condense the legend of Tombstone into a few lines of rhyme. No small feat that. Then you introduce us to the true hero of the day, the horse. How often as a child did I sit in the cinema worrying at least as much about the horses during the shootouts, the chases, and the charges as I ever was about the human heros. The little girl I once was salutes you, sir, for giving voice to the voiceless. Your deft twist at the end garnered a hearty laugh on my part, a great way to start my day. Jolly good little ditty. I lift my morning cuppa joe to you. -PEACE-

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