Carney Brown

(Littleton, Colorado, USA)

Horse Sense - Poem by Carney Brown

Stepping stepping and changing lead
Bowing your head to kiss my cheek
There's no need to speak
Please don't stand too close
I'll loose my nerve
A strong neck a glowing mane
Everything you deserve
Stepping stepping and changing lead
There's no need to speak
Let me kiss your cheek
You see me approaching stand aside
I have a rider astride


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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