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Poems About: HORSE

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  • 229.
    The VIP Visitor

    The Queen had visitors that day,
    'twas Howard, John, head of Down Under.
    She asked him 'would it be okay
    if prior to the storm and thunder read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
  • 230.
    They are Westerners

    Have you seen else where a denim man with gaucho in hand,
    Handling a huge horse with just a star in the shoe,
    Boot that commands the land, hand that hints a man is coming,
    Eyes that is deep as the Appalachian Mountains. read more »

    Sambidhan Acharya
  • 231.
    Sonnet: On Research

    Don’t teach a Horse to feed on Horse-Radish;
    And don’t teach it to munch on Turnips too;
    Don’t show a Cat to catch mice and eat fish;
    For these things, they so naturally will do. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 232.
    Gambling Man

    Walking into the betting shop
    his heart pounding within;
    he'd studied form and was quite sure
    the horse he backed would win. read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 233.
    what do you really expect?

    what do you really expect
    from the horse that you have
    seen accidentally on the
    wilderness? it is black and read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 234.
    Verses On Night And Day

    In the forest at night
    my good old horse
    has lost his way. read more »

    Rory Hudson
  • 235.
    A Horse To Outrun

    A horse is sent to outrun the rollers with wheels,
    A pin and needle can be a horse, but they are animals.
    Stones are thrown on the bleeding wounds,
    Heaven shines its odours on them to bind. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 236.
    Green Horse

    The green horse strolls saddleless
    the dust and grass
    flowers painted on glass
    images of the trademarks read more »

    Anirban Sengupta
  • 237.
    Czech Parade Horses

    Many folks set proudly in costume
    Upon their handsome horse
    Putting us into another century
    It’s the Czech parade, of course read more »

    Marilyn Lott
  • 238.
    Red Dirt Cowgirl

    Nature grows the weeds and grasses
    The wind whips the horse's mane.
    They travel, horse and a pretty cowgirl
    Through a land that starts with Maine read more »

    John McCornack
  • 239.
    Cheltenham Gold Cup

    Horses gallop at a fast pace
    All wanting to win the prestigious race
    Black, brown and some grey
    For the gold cup is now under way read more »

    JJ Evendon
  • 240.
    Passage -new-

    He clings to him full-body,
    His face buried in the mane.
    One of his legs is thrown over read more »

    Edward Lemond
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