Photo Credit @Madison Woods (Please accept my apologize for not giving credit to Madison Woods when this was first published.) I must have been distracted by the cowboy in my head.
It wasn’t my first taste of dust, been riding and roping since my third summer, but the trail was so much sweeter with you beneath me. My dad always said that there weren’t nothin’ finer than a willing mount and a good woman. I didn’t much understand my ol’ man but today he seemed to have the right of it. I was hungry and you were sweeter than country honey. I’m glad you didn’t pay your daddy no mind, sometimes a gal just needs to ride, fast and hard with the wind in her hair until she’s breathless.
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