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Author:
Buck Ramsey
ISBN13:
978-0896723108
ISBN:
0896723100
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Publisher:
Texas Tech University Press (January 15, 1993)
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Poetry
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Hooking up with a kindly rancher, Billy hires on to learn the cowboy way. His life takes an unexpected turn when the rancher sells his lands and moves to town, forcing Billy to seek new employment.

And in the morning I was riding Out through the breaks of that long plain, And leather creaking on the quieting Would . It was the old ones with me riding Out through the fog fall of the dawn, And they would press me to deciding If we were right or we were wrong.

And in the morning I was riding Out through the breaks of that long plain, And leather creaking on the quieting Would sound with trot and trot again. I lived in time with horse hoof falling; I listened well and heard the calling The earth, my mother, bade to me, Though I would still ride wild and free. And as I flew out in the morning, Before the bird, before the dawn, I was the poem, I was the song. For time came we were punching cattle For men who knew not spur nor saddle, Who came with locusts in their purse To scatter loose upon the earth.

Buck Ramsey (January 9, 1938 – January 3, 1998), born Kenneth Melvin Ramsey, was an American cowboy poet and . In 1993 his epic poem, As I Rode Out on the Morning, was published by Texas Tech University Press.

Buck Ramsey (January 9, 1938 – January 3, 1998), born Kenneth Melvin Ramsey, was an American cowboy poet and singer. He earned a national reputation for preserving cowboy lore and traditions. In 1993 his epic poem, As I Rode Out on the Morning, was published by Texas Tech University Press

Ramsey published his first book,And as I Rode Out on the Morning, in 1993.

Ramsey published his first book,And as I Rode Out on the Morning, in 1993. This was followed by Christmas Waltz in 1996. Prior to this, however, Ramsey had written numerous poems, short stories, and musical compositions relating the cowboy way of life, many of which were never published.

The petrol cans on the back seat jangled together abominably, unnerving me as I tried to think of my best plan of action at the castle.

I finally bought several tins of petrol and hoped that the inflammable liquid would destroy the alien monster. The petrol cans on the back seat jangled together abominably, unnerving me as I tried to think of my best plan of action at the castle. I drove in the opposite direction on this journey, for I did not want to pass through Severnford; for one thing, I wanted to reach the castle as soon as possible and end the abnormality which scratched at my mind, and, besides, I disliked passing that carving of the toad-horror over the church porch again.

ed out to the pickup truck

ed out to the pickup truck. He threw his few belongs in the front seat and started the engine to warm it up. Backing up the truck to the horse trailer, he hitched it then went into the small lean-to containing two stalls. She had made a few changes, adding a few personal touches; a couple of throw pillows on the bed, a book they had enjoyed together on the night stand, fresh flowers she had picked up yesterday at the grocery store in a vase on the dresser. Come here you little bugger. Lily called scooping the kitten into her arms snuggling with him before sliding him inside her jacket again.

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Written by a former working cowboy, this poem is the story of young Billy Deaver, a farmer’s son, who breaks free from the prairie sod that holds him and goes in search of the cowpuncher’s life.

Hooking up with a kindly rancher, Billy hires on to learn the cowboy way. His life takes an unexpected turn when the rancher sells his lands and moves to town, forcing Billy to seek new employment.

A longtime favorite of cowboy poetry gatherings, Buck Ramsey also is a singer and songwriter.