Ajmer Rode


Horse And I


Horse and I
ride each other

I saddle the horse
pat and
gallop him straight
to that spring.
The horse turns red
turns purple
turns blue.
Suddenly I fall

The horse gets me up
licks, saddles and
rides me unbridled.
I make poems
I sing
I run wild
suddenly the horse falls

I get him up
pat
saddle
and gallop him straight
to that spring.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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