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Brush Poppers free pdf From the dusty Chisholm Trail in Oklahoma Territory to the aspen-clad Benson Canyon of southern New Mexico, these original poems tell of the grit, skills, humor, and integrity of the American cowboy. Written over a span of two decades, they are a glimpse into a lifestyle which came about as necessity but has evolved into one of choice. The stories in this book, written in rhyme and meter, will give you glimpses of the men and women who lived in, died in, and changed the American West into what it has become today.

About Dale Page

Dale Page worked as a horseshoer, bull rider, movie wrangler, and stable manager while attending Oklahoma State University. His writing has been published in several national magazines, including The Quarter Horse Journal, Western Horseman, and Persimmon Hill. He writes mostly narrative poems, with both real and fictional characters. Dale has performed in cowboy poetry gatherings and churches in Arizona, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Washington State. He was named Best Performer in 2008 at the Oklahoma State University's Cowboy Poetry and Songs event in Stillwater. In 2010, he won First Place in Serious Poetry, Rising Star Division, at the National Cowboy Poetry Rodeo in Montrose, Colorado.

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Author : Dale Page
Publisher : Outskirts Press
Data Published : 03 June 2015
ISBN : 1478753315
EAN : 9781478753315
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 96 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    Books To Download Free. From the dusty Chisholm Trail in Oklahoma Territory to the aspen-clad Benson Canyon of southern New Mexico, these original poems tell of the grit, skills, humor, and integrity