Cowgirl by Micheal Gasaway


©2008 Michael Gasaway

“Horse lover”, “roper”, “can chaser” or “barrel racer”, all of these and more she has been called;

But “Cowgirl” is the term she likes best of all.

It describes her right down to a tee you see;

From her earliest childhood memories, it is what; she’s always wanted to be.

From her Stetson down to her boots n’ spurs, oh how she looks the part;

But her real cowgirl spirit lies deep within her heart.

You see being a cowgirl is not just about how she may dress and talk;

A real cowgirl not only talks the talk but she walks the walk.

“Cowgirl” is an attitude that comes from deep in her heart within;

To her it is a way of living life from the beginning to the very end.

She can be tough and gentle, sexy and wild, sweet and kind;

Sometimes you’ll swear that she has just plum lost her mind.

For a cowgirl has a mind of her own you see;

It will most often be a mystery and just seems to confound you and me.

But never try to change her or fence her in;

If you ever make her a promise, you’d better keep it my friend.

As she may not remember it, but she will never forget;

And in the end may leave you with a heart ache and regret.

She may have the charms of a southern belle;

But when the time comes she can be hard as nails.

From cleaning stalls to riding all day;

When this cowgirl dresses up for a night with her man, she will leave him breathless with nothing to say.

She doesn’t need a man to make her feel right;

But she sure does miss one, on some of those cold and lonesome nights.

Alone with just her dog and horse she’d rather stay;

Than to live with a man that doesn’t understand her cowgirl ways.

In her mind it’s not too hard to comprehend;

She just wants a man to love her unconditionally, and be her best and trusted friend.

A friend and lover by both night and day;

And to always stand by her side no matter what life may throw their way.

Yes, a cowgirl is a very special woman in this world of strife;

And if you’re lucky enough to find one, hang on to her as you’re in for the ride of your life.

Thank God for all you cowgirls out there don’t ever change your ways;

Sit deep in the saddle, grab hold of life’s reins and be proud of being a “COWGIRL” each and every day.

©2008 Michael Gasaway

Michael, that was the greatest. Thank you so much for sharing that with all of us.

Change your life and just “BECOME” the whinny! Greet the world like your horse greets you, as if there is no tomorrow.


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