Fathmath Sana

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One of the fairytales,
One of the horses,
No, one of the ponies,
Thier eyes blue,
Their bodies well built,
Thier horns glimmering
And thier hoofs polished.

Look so white and creamy,
Look so beautiful and dreamy,
I love the way they walk,
In my dream,
Catching every single shimmering light,
And the way they brighten my dream!

Submitted: Sunday, May 31, 2009
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Comments about this poem (Unicorns by Fathmath Sana )

  • Rookie - 130 Points Sidi Mahtrow (5/31/2009 7:38:00 AM)

    Poor little Unicorn.
    Gathering clouds forewarn
    It'll be left all alone
    In the coming storm.

    While Pegasus flying above
    With wings spread in mythical love
    Seeing the Unicorn's plight
    Senses an answer which is in flight.

    A mating made in Heaven
    As well as on earth
    Gives rise to another
    In eleven months birth.

    Now soaring above all to see
    What is of the land and the sea
    The Unipeg runs about in the mind's eye
    (Or is it a Pegahorn that has learned to fly.)

    Surely it was meant for them to survive
    Even as one watches the clouds in the sky
    And when the eyes are closed to shield from the sun
    One can see the UniPeg fly and the Pegahorn run.

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