Treasure Island

Karen Lea


Riders


Riders, so proud and strong,
fearless
never wavering.
Riders, into battles long,
dauntless
victory savoring.
Riders, charging in where others fear,
steady
always true.
Riders, far and then so near,
flying
flowing through.
Riders, few that ever fall,
slipping
silent braves.
Riders, who answer the call,
dying
no one saves.

Submitted: Sunday, January 15, 2006

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