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Little Left Handed Pilgrim

Little Left Handed Pilgrim

A Story by What Are Bowed Legs?


Just spreading out some ideas that've been going around my head for the past month.
Greyhounds TEASER

Greyhounds TEASER

A Screenplay by R.C. Kingfisher


This is actually a comic-book script, sorry for listing it under screenplay but I had no other option. Furthermore, this is a short teaser. It's a ..
CWGIRL IN 1956

CWGIRL IN 1956

A Poem by Terry Collett


A BOY AND GIRL IN LONDON IN 1956 AND COWBOY GAMES
Whiskey Creek

Whiskey Creek

A Screenplay by maroutwest


Luke wants nothing but to stake some property, raise some cattle and provide for his family. Cord Conner has different ideas. It seems that money ca..
The End of Lash Laverne

The End of Lash Laverne

A Chapter by Leon C


In which Lash Laverne's bath comes to a premature end. Maggie loses out on a customer. Abel wishes Cain was more amiable
Billy And The Gang pt 1

Billy And The Gang pt 1

A Book by Whitney Shaw


A group of boys, friends, trying to run and hide from there past, but no matter where there go, their pasts are always right behind them.
Bill And The Gang pt 2 Back together

Bill And The Gang pt 2 Back together

A Book by Whitney Shaw


The grown men fine out there old friend is no longer with them, but yet they find another young kid that wants to join there group. Billy and Lone Wol..
Jeb Cassidy

Jeb Cassidy

A Poem by The Iron Horseman


A humorous rant.
When The Sky Caught Fire

When The Sky Caught Fire

A Story by dw817


A moment later an old woman whose face was partially melted and burning said, "Don't look into the light ! It will burn you !"
The Best Man to Die

The Best Man to Die

A Story by Kathrine Rethorn


Jackal and Joe, two friends.. one gun.
Perce and Isabel

Perce and Isabel

A Story by Guy de Michel


Perce Nez drove from Fargo to Key Largo. Perce was a poet. In the phone book he was an Indian. He wore his long black hair in a ponytail. He built fen..
Last Laugh

Last Laugh

A Poem by bigfootprint


You're just another cowboy to me
Why

Why

A Poem by Earl Schumacker


Cowboy logic of the sardonic kind

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