Clumsy words stumbled o’er his tongue
When the love of his life he did meet.
Sweat from his brow, his wide eyes stung,
Unimpressed she made fast her retreat.
Within his heart he saw her now--
Golden hair and eyes of blue.
“If only, and maybe somehow,
Someday she may love me true.”
One Autumn day Cowboy rode into town
For supplies as winter was coming.
Loading his wagon he spied with a frown
Pretty MaryRose who was humming.
Her arm was tucked beneath the hand
Of a man “Cowboy” didn’t respect.
“I have to make her understand,
Lord, I could use your help, I suspect.”
Now the cowboy’s eyes met with those
Of the card-playing liar and cheat.
He tipped his hat to MaryRose
But the liar he wanted to beat.
He attempted to educate MaryRose
Of the dastardly deeds of this cheater,
Which earned Cowboy a punch in the nose,
But opened her eyes how he’d treat her.
The pretty young miss was taken aback--
She admitted being duped by his charm.
Her dander now up, she gave him a whack,
Then to Cowboy extended her arm.
Strolling away, Cowboy gave a nod
To the starlit heavens above,
He whispered “thanks” to almighty God,
And to MaryRose he swore his love.
She saw that Cowboy’s heart was good
So they married in early May.
Some things just happen as they should,
And their love grows deeper each day.
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