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Poems About: HORSE

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  • 337.
    Rocking Horse

    Grandpa made your rocking horse
    with loving hands and sweat.
    You were such a little man
    and thought it was your pet read more »

    JoJo Bean
  • 338.
    Shade Tree Horse

    You know, I’m just a shade tree horse
    I think they know it by now
    When the sun is blistering hot
    I won’t go in the field like a cow read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 339.

    My cousin bought a horse and he fell off when he attempted to ride.
    People told him to quit but he tried and tried.
    He never gave up and he was never scared.
    He learned how to ride that horse because he persevered. read more »

    Randy Johnson
  • 340.
    Ode To Horsechild

    In the moon when horses shed
    Don't be afraid
    To close your eyes
    Magic is one song away read more »

    Garry Gottfriedson
  • 341.
    Calamity Jane

    He looked like a good saddle horse
    though his hair was long
    and his beard three days course
    she soon had the saddle on him read more »

    George Murdock
  • 342.
    I Dream of Horses

    There is a dream
    Of rushing wind
    And riding o’er
    The growing green read more »

    Ivy Schex
  • 343.

    One warm summer's day
    I brought a little Bay
    Harry was his name
    Never another the same read more »

    Dawn Owens
  • 344.
    Unthreatened Dark horse

    Dark horse,

    Ten o’clock in the line of fire read more »

    Prasetya Utama
  • 345.

    When the horses talk to me,
    They tell me many things,
    The whats and hows of yesterday,
    Why the Nighthawk sings. read more »

    Debra Coppinger Hill
  • 346.
    Horses Above The Music Strains

    Pounding hooves, flying manes
    Thundering feet, over music strains
    A rushing wind, a darkening sky
    Horse rush, sending dust rising high read more »

    Ivy Schex
  • 347.
    Wild Horses

    Wild Horses, free as the breeze.
    by the sea, 'let me be'!
    wild horse, see me gallop,
    see me running with the herd. read more »

    Richard Joseph
  • 348.
    Earth Chapel

    In the city
    we imagine
    the cars are wild horses
    Buildings become mountains read more »

    Tom (WordWulf) SternerHowe
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