Category Archives: Texas

The Price of Love

      I must always offer a caveat, (which translates from the Latin to English as, “covering my ass”) before one of these:      The following poem, in no way or manner reflects my past or current relationship with my loving wife (Beth) of thirty-two years,(May 10th see, … Continue reading

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I Am A Country Song, Writer. Dadgummit.

     I have my doubters and naysayers who pooh-pooh, my ability to write country songs. (Y’all know who’s ya’ are) But, I am about to do an, “Inyer Face” to them, right here-‘n-now. Yep, the following is a preview of my latest triumph, which … Continue reading

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The Upside Downings

This one goes out to Megan Downing, as promised. The morning of the wedding, we were socializing at the Hilton Hotel, when she started semantically playing around with our last name. I told her I had written something like that and I … Continue reading

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