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Rhea Badhwar Poems
When a horse is seen, many words come to mind, Strong, agile, magnificent, refined. When a horse is seen there's an urge to stare, There's a thrill that the horse is eager to share.
Riding a Horse
Grasping the reins, I lean forward slightly Taking a deep breath, I nudge my horse lightly. At a quick, graceful trot, I begin to feel sure, My horse whinnies to me, indicating I'm secure.
As I lay tucked into bed, I stare out at the sky. I hear the wind howling, Cracking branches way up high.
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When a horse is seen, many words come to mind,
Strong, agile, magnificent, refined.
When a horse is seen there's an urge to stare,
There's a thrill that the horse is eager to share.
When a horse is ridden, no words can describe,
The amazing, breathtaking, powerful vibe.
When a horse is ridden, no feeling can compare,
To the pure magic of feeling wind whip through your hair.