This is another of the flowers in my show and poems to her.
I spied my little neighbor with two braids in her hair and with two bright feathers in it.
She was dressed like an Indian all ready to go to war and she also wore her big Indian bonnet with all the feathers in it!
She road a great white pony with a pretty long white mane, and my horse was a mighty stallion he was blacker than the night and I called him “Midnight Blue”!
She had a little tommy hawk she kept in her small hands, and I had a shiny
cowboy gun that I kept in my small holster!
We played “Good Guys and Bad Guys” out in the big back yard, running through the tall tall grass until our mothers finally called!
Oh I was the cowboy and she was the chief and we played this game almost every day we never got enough!
And when we got older we fell quite in love, and got married to each other as most lovers do!
We lived in a log cabin out by a great big lake and rode in a big wood canoe and kissed and kissed until real late!
And then one day we had sweet twins and our life was oh so perfect as we ran around our small compound playing cowboy and indians till the children had enough!
And then one day our children left to start their own families.
And as we sat by the fire getting use to to being all alone, I took her by the hand and I said a word or two, and then I pulled her close to me and looked deep in her eyes.
I told her that I loved her more than I ever did before and that we had a great life and I wish we could have a thousand years more! And I also told her one special thing that came from deep down in my heart that I had loved every moment that she had been my wife!
Oh I was the cowboy and she was the chief and we died while we were sleeping on the very same day!
Our love never ended our families all knew that well, so they buried us in the same grave and we would of wanted it that way!