Treasure Island

Marilyn Lott

(5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

A Good Horse Laugh


It looked like an abandoned house
No windows or any doors
Just gapping holes instead
And worn wooden floors

But nestled within the walls
Were friends who lived in there
They moved right in and then
With the facilities they would share

Lucky was one fellow’s name
He was friendly as you please
He had a sense of humor too
And loved to taunt and tease

He coaxed his shy buddy out
And we chatted back and forth
Such charming personalities
I enjoyed this world of horse

Oh yes, it was a pleasant day
Especially the first half
When we visit with our new friends
And had a good horse laugh!

Submitted: Monday, September 08, 2008

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  • David Threadgold (9/10/2008 2:12:00 AM)

    Hi Marilyn. As you know I always like a good laugh (horse or otherwise) and this one was a good one. well done thanks. Regards Dave T. (Report) Reply

  • Thad Wilk (9/8/2008 8:27:00 PM)

    A good horse laugh was had by all, but who's job now is it - to 'clean the stall'? /
    Kidding Marilyn! Swell read! ! *10*! !
    Best wishes!
    Friend Thad (Report) Reply

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