Nick krakana


A Horse Named Joe - Poem by Nick krakana

He was beautiful stallion named Joe
And over time we became friends you know
A wilder spirit you'll never know
Than this stallion named Joe

At first glance he scarred me so
With his eyes flaming fire

This glow of fire
Was just a front you see
Cause deep down inside
Joe - he was a softy

Brought north to were the black fly reins
Away from his familiar range
His line was of solid rock
Of those who rocked the time clock

My son and i became friends leisurely
Dinning on carrots and apples with he
Having a presence of majesty
Caution and good sense flowed from his eyes

A horse is like a tonic i see
With gentle heart they speak to me
The creator of all did place in this stall
A horse unbeknownst to he

Did help us along our journey


Poet's Notes about The Poem

My sone had a horse and we boarded him on a farm near Iroquois Falls Joe was brought in and he was a magnificent horse slow to make friends -

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 22, 2014


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