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New and collected poems of the American West and Oklahoma


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Before my ashes to soot, dust to dirt moment, I can catch a ride in the comfort of Ron’s verse, back to a place on the far side of the wire to a free range of the mind. The past will be your constant companion, a shadow rider on the ridge that you couldn’t outrun, even if you pushed’er Hell-bent ‘til dawn. So it is with a hard-won honorary degree from my own school of barroom philosophy that I decree: It is Ron Wallace’s gift of the music of language that gets me through those nights that are so black I start prayin’ for the blues. -- Chris Wall, poet/songwriter, author of I Feel Like Hank Williams Tonight


Ron Wallace's The Last Blue Sky elegizes and celebrates the American West and its people--black, white, and Native. Ride with the poet-philosopher and his buckskin mare through moonlit nights and across Oklahoma's haunting landscapes--you'll be glad you came along. -- Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, 2017-2020 Oklahoma State Poet Laureate 

The Last Blue Sky

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