Cowboys Never Cease to Exist

There may no longer be a Wild West 

There aren’t any dirt floor saloons 

No towns full of men in vests

No train robbers sleeping under the moon
No longer are arguments settled by duels

No one rides a horse or buggy 

No longer are tasks done with simple tools

This era has simply become a memory
One thing that has survived are cowboys

Men who like to live life their way 

Men who still love life’s simple joys 

Men with no regrets at the end of the day
Cowboys stand up for their morals

They fight when it’s necessary 

They respect elders and girls

having a good meal makes them happy  
Cowboys are a little headstrong 

They Make quick decisions

they don’t enjoy talking for too long 

And they rarely change their opinions 
Some of you may be a cowboy 

Or you may want to be it  

Just remember that pistol isn’t a toy 

And never cross from cowboy to bandit 
Because if you do 

There will always be a cowboy after you 

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The Final Battle

The Cenas dispatched the soldiers in the lobby with ease 
Some were left floating in air, others were turned into peas

The second wave was a little tougher with the SS having magical weapons 

They shot spells at the Cenas causing them to go in different directions 
Henry ran and hid in a closet while he collected his wits 

Bobby ran around giving soldiers cowlicks and zits 

Jack forged straight through the middle and took the stairs 

Jack defeated soldier after soldier even trapping some in their underwear 
Henry knew he couldn’t hide while his family fought 

So he came out and used every spell he was taught 

He cleared a path to Bobby and they stood back to back 

They thought they would never see the end of this attack 
Until the windows exploded and the other groups poured in 

The addition of the other groups gave hope that they would win 

Henry and Bobby joined Jack in his search for Hitler 

They searched rooms, closets, and finally entered a theater
As they began to search Hitler grabbed Bobby and put a gun to his head 

He told the others to step away or Bobby would be dead 

At that point the hotel burst into flames and Hitler dragged Bobby to a window

Hitler jumped out the window but before he did he pulled the trigger 
Bobby fell lifelessly to the ground as Jack rushed over 

Henry ran to the window but there was no sign of Hitler 

WTH definitely helped win the war but they couldn’t save everyone 

What happened to Hitler is still a mystery maybe to never be known
There was a rumor he moved to Britain and took the name Umbridge 

As for Jack and Henry they went back to Their lives and on their fridge

They keep a picture of Bobby so they always remember 

What it takes so that others may be free and don’t have to face horror
The End 

Battles One and Two

Abigail’s mission is not one of great telling but it was very important 
The destruction of the factory caused the collapse of the mountain 

Seeing Otto, Hansel began to flee but was quickly surrounded 

He jumped on his broom and lifted in the air but was quickly grounded
Seeing no option Hansel’s cowardice turned into violence 

He shouted Avada Kedavra killing a wizard and causing silence

This was an unforgivable curse and showed Hansel’s true colors

Otto vowed to avenge this new death with the others 
Their spells clashed in the street, sending magical sparks flying 

Muggles began to run, Hansel killed a few and started laughing 

Hansel and Otto were equally matched with no end in sight 

When Otto finally dropped his pride and asked for help in the fight 
Otto called to his group to lend him their wands and give him help

50 spells crashed down up Hansel and ended when he let out a yelp 

Otto walked over to a fallen Hansel and picked up his wand 

Hansel spat at Otto and said you are weak. Otto didn’t respond 
He just walked away from Hansel and all of his hate

Otto told his group to get Hansel and take him to the Ministry for his fate 

This was the last time anyone saw Otto or heard him speak 

Some say he took his own life, others say he retired. Hopefully he resolved his grief 
To Be Continued… 

No matter how much you change you still have to pay the price for the things you’ve done. 

It’s the year 1875 in the western part of Missouri
Sam farms the land with his wife and children and is extremely happy

He is glad the war is over and his service is done

He now cherishes every minute he can spend with his son 
BOOM! A rifle cracks the silence of the middle of the night 

There is a group of men looking for a fight

Sam’s barn is on fire, his livestock has been slain 

His son screams out in blood curdling pain
Sam screams out in anger and rushes out to save his child

He runs as fast as wolf in the wild 

He sees the men and he runs faster, he must save the day

The world goes black and Sam is awoken tied up laying in the hay
Tears stream down his face, anger swells his vocal cords

He chokes out these few words

“Why lord why!” He then sees the leader grinning 

Holding Sam’s son as he is slowly dying
The leader speaks “I am here to collect on the sins of your past

You know these good times could not last

You may have changed but you cannot erase your evil deeds

You are worse than the excrement of a farmers steeds.”
The leader pulls out a Union army saber and buries the point into Sam’s shoulder

He twists the saber and every time Sam shouts in pain he burst out in laughter

Sam asks, “what crimes do you condemn me for?”

The leader says, “I use this saber to settle an old score.”
Sam passes out from the immense pain

He drifts back into a suppressed memory locked in his brain

The year is 1861 and Sam is on a plantation in Georgia

He just witnessed a union soldier and his slave murder his momma
That day was the first day of Sam the butcher 

He pulled a butcher’s knife from the kitchen and plunges it into the throat of the slave and the soldier 

For the next four years Sam slaughters every black person he sees

He doesn’t kill the soldiers he just chops of their legs right below their knees 
He tells himself he does it for the confederacy 

Fighting for a flag gives his killing some legitimacy 

He kills so many that he has lost count, he kills all including women and children

He always makes sure he kills them first then he kills the watching men
When the war stops he has to stop, he has no more protection 

He has to leave the south because he has such a terrible reputation 

He uses the money he has stolen from all the soldiers to buy his farm

He woos his wife with his unnatural charm
 A sharp pain rushes through Sam’s leg as his leg is separated from his knee

He is back from the comfort of his suppressed memory 

Sam asks if he has killed the leader’s family 

The leader doesn’t answer he just chops off Sam’s other knee
The pain is immense and Sam begs for his own death 

He begs to the leader to make these his last breaths 

The leader just spits on Sam and mounts his horse

The group of men ride away to let Sam’s death take a natural course
Sam lays on the hay crying and bleeding when he hears a sweet sound

It is the voice of his mother, she kneels beside him on the ground

She whispers to Sam, “violence does not solve violence

You needed not kill for me, so consider your pain today as penitence.”
This was the last thought Sam had on this planet

He went out the way he sent so many out of it 

So take this tale as a cautionary notice

Not all crimes are handled by the police