Cowgirl by John Grey

you are downhome –
that’s your term actually –

by terms
high-spirited and
just plain high –

you take life
as it comes

as long as it’s
wearing blue jeans
bomber boots
and a ‘hotter than a pistol’ t shirt –

you like rodeo posters,
smile buttons,
line dancing
and bumper stickers
that say
“thank God I’m a country girl” –

you think truck drivers are cute
and fantasize about being
in a threesome with Keith Urban
and Brad Paisley –

of course
you’ve never been on a horse
and can’t tell a cow from a bull –

no problem –

doesn’t know who
who it’s dealing with

John Gray Copy
John Grey is an Australian poet, US resident. Recently published in New Plains Review, South Carolina Review, Gargoyle and Silkworm work upcoming in Big Muddy Review, Cape Rock and Spoon River Poetry Review.

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