Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR

Gold Star - 42,937 Points (1960 / A Collection of Select Literary Works)

The Stallion's Parable... - Poem by Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR

In observing th' capriole... of a spirited stallion,
did I...

One Sunday afternoon, 'pon th' grounds of a manege,
sat 'an mused...

That if an animal could negotiate such complexities,
why, then...

Can't we, as intelligent life employ our Good-Sense
of Reason...

And, of Logic in addressing our own complexities, as-
one people...

People, sharing th' same earth and seed, sewing lives,
and destinies...

By behaving with no less class than th' spirited horse
I observed one Sunday, upon the grounds of a manege,
negotiating a capriole with an air of Logic 'n Reason-
despite the complexities it dealt with all by itself.



©Frank J. Ryan, Jr./2014


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 20, 2015



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