J.S. McInroy

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J.S. McInroy is a human being who has experienced a time of reckoning, and who has emerged from that neither a particle nor a wave, neither light nor darkness. Minute by minute, nanosecond by nanosecond, by refusing to become imprisoned within a specific identity, J. S. exists in a state of constant revolution, refusing to accept the inhuman notion that it is any individual's bounden duty to stand watch over that self which others may wish to perceive.

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Wounds

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Army Girl

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“The cowboy/soldier is a poem a Vietnam veteran, Lenard Cohan, shares with Mary Devstena, a veteran of Iraq, in the novel Army Girl.”
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J.S. McInroy shared a quote
“I met a man in a tin train station
Army bags and a Randall knife
His train came in, but he stayed waitin'
Scared to Death, too full of Life.

The years around his eyes were many
The words he spoke of them were few. "I see," he said "that you are a cowboy.
I wish to god that I was one too.

"But you see, I was a soldier.
I toyed with Death and played with Life.
Called myself the Delta Outlaw,
Built a legend with my gun and knife."

My train came in, but he stayed waitin'
Army bags and that Randall knife
Dreamin' cowboy dreams in an old train station
Scared of Death, too full of Life.”
J.S. McInroy
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“I met a man in a tin train station
Army bags and a Randall knife
His train came in, but he stayed waitin'
Scared to Death, too full of Life.

The years around his eyes were many
The words he spoke of them were few. "I see," he said "that you are a cowboy.
I wish to god that I was one too.

"But you see, I was a soldier.
I toyed with Death and played with Life.
Called myself the Delta Outlaw,
Built a legend with my gun and knife."

My train came in, but he stayed waitin'
Army bags and that Randall knife
Dreamin' cowboy dreams in an old train station
Scared of Death, too full of Life.”
J.S. McInroy

“The cowboy/soldier is a poem a Vietnam veteran, Lenard Cohan, shares with Mary Devstena, a veteran of Iraq, in the novel Army Girl.”
J.S. McInroy

“I met a man in a tin train station
Army bags and a Randall knife
His train came in, but he stayed waitin'
Scared to Death, too full of Life.

The years around his eyes were many
The words he spoke of them were few. "I see," he said "that you are a cowboy.
I wish to god that I was one too.

"But you see, I was a soldier.
I toyed with Death and played with Life.
Called myself the Delta Outlaw,
Built a legend with my gun and knife."

My train came in, but he stayed waitin'
Army bags and that Randall knife
Dreamin' cowboy dreams in an old train station
Scared of Death, too full of Life.”
J.S. McInroy

“The cowboy/soldier is a poem a Vietnam veteran, Lenard Cohan, shares with Mary Devstena, a veteran of Iraq, in the novel Army Girl.”
J.S. McInroy




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