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Pinkerton Lawman

The Pinkertons became the crux of what became the Secret Service.  Their storied history is often looked these days. Pinkerton Lawman by Michael Doyle A snake isn’t hard to find In the what that’s left behind When you flip over … Continue reading

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Sometimes Better Than the Memories

Six guns out and blazing was the dream …. maybe a little too much time thinking on the West these days?   Sometimes Better Than the Memories by Michael Romani Sometimes I can’t remember The things that I’ve done Sometimes … Continue reading

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A Western Noir

Tonight’s short poetry workshop combined the genre’s of cowboy poetry and film noir.  I went into it unaware we weren’t supposed to combine both.. soooo.. I did just that anyhow. A Western Noir by Michael Romani I was riding through … Continue reading

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