He could have written a whole story from that poem. I guess he did pretty much sum up the whole story there as it is. I know I like it, for whatever that's worth.
Thank you again, cirerita, the great schloar.
OK I give up. How does this poem outline the whole Barbara Frye and Texas story? I see a story about a drifter getting out of town so the locals don't mess him up or at least frame him. I may be wrong- of course it's me.:confused:
Yeah, he'd light a cigarette and accidently start the wagon on fire. Then he'd take the 8:15 to Memphis. Of course after he had a fight with the cow pokes who take hay rides seriously. I still see a whole other story out on the highway at a roadhouse in a pass. Yes Patrick Swayze will throw him out into the parking lot. And they can't knock him out.