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This collection of poems by Lewis Watt offers reflections and insights on a variety of topics relating to the life of "The Ol' Cowboy".
Perhaps best described as a "memoir in poetry", the mixed genres include Cowboy Poetry, combat poetry and a number of subjects, Including experiences as a pilot during the conflict in Vietnam, farm life in upstate New York and sharing drinks at Man of Kent pub.
Works on hunting, fishing and more in a variety of insights into one man's life.
Several sonnets and traditional forms and used, but mostly informal, rhymed couplets that compliment the subjects.
From the introduction, "One sunny afternoon in 2010I chatted with a colleague of mine over adult beverages in his family room in Las Vegas. He mentioned a new colleague, a lawyer, with whom he was working on M&A projects. He said the fellow was a pilot and I would probably enjoy meeting him. Then he showed me a book the fellow had published. It was a collection of poems and pictures describing his childhood and teen years. My reaction was, "I can do that!" And so it began."
Lewis Watt is a colonel of the United States Marines, no longer on active duty, having served twenty-six and one-half years, including nineteen months flying combat in four different aircraft, as well as five years as a test pilot and teacher of test pilots. Colonel Watt holds a BS from Tufts University and an MSA from George Washington University.
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