The heart and soul of the West is seen through the eyes of its women--cowgirl poets writing about jinglin' the horses home, haymakin' time, cowboy courtin', livin' free, and July thunderstorms, among other things close to a cowgirl's heart. And, of course, there are plenty of poignant observations on life and men.
Editor Virginia Bennett has rounded up classic poems that reflect the spirit of those who have gone before, while contemporary poems show that cowgirls are still ridin' tall in the saddle.
Product SubTitle: A Gathering
Cowboy Curmudgeon and Other Poems
New Cowboy Poetry
Don't Whiz on an Electric Fence
Advice From a Country Farmer
Don't Squat With Your Spurs On