This is a book that shows cowboy poetry is still alive anywhere you find a sweaty saddle blanket, a green colt and someone who survived the wreck long enough to tell the story! A COMMOTION IN RHYME is meant to be a mate of POEMS WORTH SAVING (2013), full of cowboy stories and poems but the two aren’t the same! This book contains poems and stories that answer questions like; Where is the Fetal Eye View? How do you pronounce ‘CHAPS’, as in Women Wearing Chaps (hint: CHAPS, as in the opposite of CHICKEN.) Operating Instructions: Remember, poetry is meant to be read, recited, performed, signed and/or spoken aloud. So, even if you’re sitting in the tack room quietly reading to yourself…at least move your lips!