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Poems About: HORSE

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  • 253.
    The Lesson From The Horse Race

    There's no such thing as gallant loser and there's no glory in defeat
    And coming first is all that matter and victory is always sweet
    For the winning horse and jockey there's a mighty hip hooray
    And the jockey he is smiling victory has made his day. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 254.
    The Daughter Of A Traveller

    The first of the calendar Spring and cold the morning air
    And the sellers with their horses crowded in the old Town Square
    And the traveller's daughter with the light brown hair on her pinto pony trotted up and down
    Displaying to the buyers the animal she had for sale on the streets of Millstreet Town. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 255.
    A Horse Riding Boy!

    A boy goes on horse riding to school!
    He doesn’t like cycle or bike or vehicle!
    His parents work in foreign countries;
    They are ready to give him even bike; read more »

    Ramesh T A
  • 256.
    Nuts and Bolts

    I remember it was years ago
    Back when I was green
    A driftin' about from place to place
    Young hungry and lean read more »

    Kendra Tyler
  • 257.

    I’ve been counting down the days to
    see the shoeing of my beautiful horse
    he has bad feet because read more »

    Mrs. Cynosure
  • 258.
    The Gambler

    He bet five hundred for a win the horse beat by a head
    But it did not seem to bother him 'no luck this one he said'
    He backed the favourite in the race at odds of five to ten
    And he has a tip for the next race he feels this horse will win. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 259.
    Anastasia & Sandman

    The brow of a horse in that moment when
    The horse is drinking water so deeply from a trough
    It seems to inhale the water, is holy. read more »

    Larry Levis
  • 260.
    No. 6

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    Charles Bukowski
  • 261.
    Eaten alive

    Eaten alive by
    lice and fleas -- now the horse
    beside my pillow pees read more »

    Matsuo Basho
  • 262.
    Even that old horse

    Even that old horse
    is something to see this
    snow-covered morning read more »

    Matsuo Basho
  • 263.

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    Aldo Kraas
  • 264.

    Gay marriage with a

    Horse and carriage, and why not read more »

    Ken e Hall
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