Michelle Sowinski


The Bond Between Horse And Rider


A bond connects us
An indescribable feeling
There is a knowing trust
A distinct tingling

We both share a feeling of power
We can do no wrong
He keeps going faster
We gallop right along

We seem to share a mind
He knows the command before I speak
He knows I will be kind
And he will work his feet

His coat looks so beautiful
Mixed in with the green plain
Those flowers make it so colourful
Weaved in with the grain

There is no other emotion
To overtake such feeling
Maybe it is the motion
That brings the tingling

Yet what I think it is
Is the love I have for him
That makes it more powerful
The bond between a horse and rider.

Submitted: Monday, October 02, 2006
Edited: Saturday, October 09, 2010

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  • Horse Poet (1/2/2007 6:08:00 PM)

    Such a lovely poem! Lots of lovely pictures and a beautiful expression of dreams.

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