Ivy Schex

Rookie (March 28,1987)

Ivy Schex Poems

1. A Hint Of Fall 2/7/2005
2. There Is A World 5/18/2005
3. What Is Time 5/16/2005
4. Reflections 5/16/2005
5. Mountains 5/16/2005
6. Suspicious Minds 2/14/2006
7. The Coming Spring 2/14/2006
8. The Eagle Thoughts 2/18/2006
9. The Horses In My Dream 3/20/2006
10. Between My Horse's Wings (Expanded) 3/22/2006
11. Waiting For The Snow 5/16/2005
12. O'Er The Sea 2/10/2005
13. The Sun 2/10/2005
14. Something Said 2/10/2005
15. The Thunderer 5/3/2005
16. Flying 5/3/2005
17. Oh, That I Could Say... 5/3/2005
18. The Old Book 5/16/2005
19. One Thing 2/10/2005
20. What Love Is 2/10/2005
21. The Reason 1/13/2006
22. Flowers 1/23/2006
23. A Friend At Last 1/23/2006
24. Mustangs 1/23/2006
25. Untamed Land 1/23/2006
26. Where The Sky Meets The Land 1/23/2006
27. Spring 2/10/2005
28. Golden Morn' 8/20/2005
29. Young Royalty 4/29/2006
30. The Stallion’s Gift (Part I) 5/27/2006
31. The Stallion's Gift (Part Ii) 9/10/2006
32. Eternal Life, Evermore 2/7/2010
33. As Night Fell In The Valley (A View From My Window) 3/11/2010
34. My Horse, My Love 4/11/2007
35. When Spring Is Born 2/18/2006
36. I Sit Upon My Horse 4/24/2006
37. I Dream Of Horses Ii 4/25/2006
38. I Long 5/18/2005
39. I Dream To Roam 4/19/2006
40. A Deception 3/19/2006

Comments about Ivy Schex

  • Subhangi Dey (6/20/2018 2:16:00 AM)

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  • Angel Bailey (4/21/2006 9:26:00 PM)

    I love this poem, I'm a big fan of horses and this is exactly what i feel when i ride my horse in any season i can.I am a female, so thats why i love this poem so much.Its a great poem, not even i could think of that and i love to write poems about things, i go to school *middle school* and we have to resite a poem, and i've learned this one so i believe i'm going to recite this one.Well i wonder how you ever made up this poem, but I'm very glad and happy that you did.

Best Poem of Ivy Schex

Horse And Rider

The prairie blows the grasses
And whips the horse’s mane.
They travel, horse and rider,
Through the sea of amber grain

Hills roll by, and clouds pass
But steady are the horse’s hooves
Upon the wind blown grass
As they travel, horse and rider

There is no trail that they follow
No path that can be seen
There they travel, horse and rider
Upon the endless blowing green

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There Is A World

There is a world unseen by man
Of fairies and dragons; princes and kings

There is a world we each create
Where we imagine ourselves in strange things

There is a world I have heard
That man has yet to find; that man has yet to sing

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