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PIONEER WAGON                         

   
Today I looked upon a wagon
At rest in an old ghost town,
In it no flowers were blooming
Only sunshine and dust I found

Its wheels that once knew desert trails,
Thirsty plains and cold mountain streams
Stood erect and sti;; in ageless sand -
Reminder of some strong man's dreams.

I pray to remember always . . .
My appreciation never be stilled
For the old western born wagons
Whose riders had hopes fullfilled.