Category Archives: Rocky Mountains

The Final Run Of Engine Number Nine

     This is one of my longest poems, an epic if you will, and one of my story poems. Please take a minute (or 3) and put yourself in the engine compartment of Engine Number Nine.. But don’t stay there … Continue reading

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Denver Remembered (The Rocky Mountain Troubadour)

     While I was pondering on what to post today, I was listening to “Pandora Radio,” a really good (free/or in my case, inexpensive subscription) music site, and John Denver came on singing “take off your thirsty boots“… When,  “the light dawned over … Continue reading

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