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SHORT POEMS ~ TALL COWBOYS
OUR TRIBUTE TO "THE COWBOY"


Jesse Colt was raised in Foxwarren, Manitoba, Canada’s tiny hockey capital. His education includes an Engineering Degree from the University of Manitoba and Business Administration from McMaster University. Jesse has practiced Engineering in most Canadian provinces and territories. He is currently the Engineering Manager for Prairie West Technical Services.

Jesse ranches in the Alberta foothills near Bragg Creek. He is an award winning Cowboy Poet and his novels have been short-listed in the Eppies. He has several books published and more due for publication in the near future.

He is a registered Professional Engineer and member of the Academy of Western Artists and the Alberta Cowboy Poetry Association. Jesse has been invited to perform his Cowboy Poetry in venues ranging from the local bars along the dusty Cowboy Trail to the glitz of Las Vegas.

"The Cowboy traditions, values and way of life have always appealed to me. There is no more romantic or inspiring figure than that of an older Cowboy, grey-haired, tough and dignified. All my poetry has been dedicated to these aging wranglers and their families. A few beer shared in one of their favorite dusty water holes, with Ian Tyson singing in the background, has provided material and inspiration enough to fill many a book. My goal is to write poetry that will pay homage to their values while entertaining and educating the general public."

Monday Cowboy
Monday Cowboy - By Canadian Western Artist Val Moker

Tuesday Cowboy
Tuesday Cowboy - By Canadian Western Artist Val Moker

Wednesday Cowboy
Wednesday Cowboy - By Canadian Western Artist Val Moker

Thursday Cowboy
Thursday Cowboy - By Canadian Western Artist Val Moker

Friday Cowboy
Friday Cowboy - By Canadian Western Artist Val Moker

Saturday Cowboy
Saturday Cowboy - By Canadian Western Artist Val Moker

Sunday Cowboy
Sunday Cowboy - By Canadian Western Artist Val Moker


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