WILD WEST POETRY
THERE CAME GOOD AND BAD
Information about wild west characters fill volumes.  The so called "Wild West" covered a period in the mid 1800s to early 1900s.  
The attempt to cover in writing every old west bandit, lawman, pioneer, Indian tribe, tribal leader and well each known town would be near impossible.   Only a select few will be mentioned here with an identifying caption.  Their names are like the others written in history.  Researched information is provided in an unbiased manner.  Many characters made their name immortal.  Others were less known, but contributed considerable blood, labor, hardship and sacrifice to settle the hostile west.  A brief mention of known gunfighters will be shared in this line up (for further information on any name or group mentioned, an Internet browser will provide it.  One person stands out in the multitude, James Butler Hickok, "Wild Bill".  James Butler Hickok, alias "Wild Bill", is known for his gunfighting abilities.  He was a no non-sense western lawman: fearless, tough, skilled, cunning.  Ben Thompson, Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, James Earp, Sam Bass, Bill Tilghman, Bill Longley, James Bonney (Billy the Kid), Belle Starr, Big Nose Kate, Calamity Jane, Cherokee Bill, William F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill", Doc Holliday, Elfago Baca, Clantons, Mclaurys, innumerable unknown pioneers, Indian leaders and countless more are recognized in poetry at Poetry-in-cowboy-perspective.
This cowboy was opening a pasture gate high in Wood Canyon on the Sycamore Ranch.  He was accompanied by Sparky, a Border Collie, an excellent cattle dog and Ocelot, a palomino cutting horse in the background.  The photo was used as the page background.  This photo is used as the background.
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A cowboy's heart far extends his profession.  He is a true patriot.  Free spirit is required or none at all.  Back-off should you encroach in this sacred area.  Otherwise, enter as a free hearted comrade.  If necessary, let's give it a go cowboy style.  
A_TOWN_TREED.doc
A_TOWN_TREED.doc
ADVENTURES_WEST.doc
ADVENTURES_WEST.doc
AGAINST_THE_ODDS.doc
AGAINST_THE_ODDS.doc
BELLE_STARR.doc
BELLE_STARR.doc
BEYOND_THE_OK_GUNFIGHT.doc
BEYOND_THE_OK_GUNFIGHT.doc
BILLY_THE_KID.doc
BILLY_THE_KID.doc
CALAMITY_AND_THE_COWBOY.doc
CALAMITY_AND_THE_COWBOY.doc
CAPTAIN_JACK_SLADE.doc
CAPTAIN_JACK_SLADE.doc
FRONTIER_JUSTICE.doc
FRONTIER_JUSTICE.doc
GUNFIGHTERS_MISTAKE.doc
GUNFIGHTERS_MISTAKE.doc
JACK_SLADE.doc
JACK_SLADE.doc
JACK_SLADE__TERROR_OF_THE_WEST.doc
JACK_SLADE__TERROR_OF_THE_WEST.doc
JAMES_BUTLER_HICKOK.doc
JAMES_BUTLER_HICKOK.doc
JOHN_WESLEY_HARDIN.doc
JOHN_WESLEY_HARDIN.doc
JOHNNY_RINGO.doc
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