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Don'T Let That Horse - Poem by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Don't let that horse
eat that violin

cried Chagall's mother

But he
kept right on
painting

And became famous

And kept on painting
The Horse With Violin In Mouth

And when he finally finished it
he jumped up upon the horse
and rode away
waving the violin

And then with a low bow gave it
to the first naked nude he ran across


And there were no strings
attached

Comments about Don'T Let That Horse by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

  • mind your own business 2/20/2020 8:53:00 PM

    I agree with the " no one important" person Reply

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  • Mark Arvizu 12/4/2014 5:48:00 PM

    String eating horse..... Reply

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  • Brian Jani 5/10/2014 6:12:00 PM

    I like your poem Lawrence Reply

    no one important (4/12/2018 12:11:00 PM)

    realy thats a nasty poem i mean naked dude

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  • Noway Jose 1/31/2010 9:16:00 AM

    Holy Kenneth Clark, Batman. Naked nude with no strings attached. Droll Reply

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Horse Poems
  1. 1. Don'T Let That Horse
    Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  2. 2. Horse
    Louise Gluck
  3. 3. Dark Horse
    Hasmukh Amathalal
  4. 4. Horse And Rider
    Ivy Schex
  5. 5. The Fly-Away Horse
    Eugene Field
  6. 6. Father Riley's Horse
    Banjo Paterson
  7. 7. Our New Horse
    Banjo Paterson
  8. 8. The Undertaker's Horse..
    Rudyard Kipling
  9. 9. The Ballad Of The White Horse
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton
  10. 10. The Arab's Farewell To His Horse
    Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Nor ..
  11. 11. Death Of An Old Carriage Horse
    George Moses Horton
  12. 12. There's Another Blessed Horse Fell Down
    Banjo Paterson
  13. 13. The Old Whim Horse
    Edward George Dyson
  14. 14. The Blood Horse
    Barry Cornwall
  15. 15. Horse And Rider
    Horse Poet
  16. 16. Morning White Horse
    Tsira Gogeshvili
  17. 17. Report To Crazy Horse
    William Stafford
  18. 18. Going To The Horse Flats
    Robinson Jeffers
  19. 19. My Horse And Me
    Kathleen West
  20. 20. The Horse Show
    William Carlos Williams
  21. 21. Even That Old Horse
    Matsuo Basho
  22. 22. The Man And His Horse
    Anne Kingsmill Finch
  23. 23. How The Old Horse Won The Bet
    Oliver Wendell Holmes
  24. 24. Sonnet 41: Having This Day My Horse
    Sir Philip Sidney
  25. 25. A Horse With No Name
    Marilyn Lott
  26. 26. Horse Play
    Ayyappa Paniker
  27. 27. A Pale Horse, George A. Custer And The S..
    John F. McCullagh
  28. 28. Sonnet Xli: Having This Day My Horse
    Sir Philip Sidney
  29. 29. Dan Wasn’t Thrown From His Horse
    Henry Lawson
  30. 30. Me & My Horse
    Horse Lover
  31. 31. The Horse Of Your Heart
    William Henry Ogilvie
  32. 32. **horse Riding
    Sadiqullah Khan
  33. 33. The Norman Horse-Shoe
    Sir Walter Scott
  34. 34. The Dark Horse
    Clarence Michael James Stani ..
  35. 35. ***horse Draws Man A Cow
    Sylvi Sylva
  36. 36. Walking Two Successive Blocks Of The Iro..
    Max Reif
  37. 37. White Horse
    Mihaela Pirjol
  38. 38. Dead Horse In Field
    Robert Penn Warren
  39. 39. Horse Of A Different Colour
    Dónall Dempsey
  40. 40. A Lonely Horse
    Marilyn Lott
  41. 41. As I Sit Upon My Horse
    Horse Poet
  42. 42. Getting A Horse
    Lonnie Hicks
  43. 43. Strathcona's Horse
    William Henry Drummond
  44. 44. Please Don'T Beat The Dead Horse
    Mary Nagy
  45. 45. Horse Limerick I
    Ivy Schex
  46. 46. ***a Dark Horse***
    Ian Bowen
  47. 47. The Golden Horse
    Lonnie Hicks
  48. 48. The Black Horse Rider
    Pierre Loving
  49. 49. The Horse & Olive Or Warr & Peace
    Thomas Parnell
  50. 50. The Horse
    Kathryn Thompson

Horse Poems

  1. The Fly-Away Horse

    Oh, a wonderful horse is the Fly-Away Horse - Perhaps you have seen him before; Perhaps, while you slept, his shadow has swept Through the moonlight that floats on the floor. For it's only at night, when the stars twinkle bright, That the Fly-Away Horse, with a neigh And a pull at his rein and a toss of his mane, Is up on his heels and away! The Moon in the sky, As he gallopeth by, Cries: "Oh! what a marvelous sight!" And the Stars in dismay Hide their faces away In the lap of old Grandmother Night. It is yonder, out yonder, the Fly-Away Horse Speedeth ever and ever away - Over meadows and lanes, over mountains and plains, Over streamlets that sing at their play; And over the sea like a ghost sweepeth he, While the ships they go sailing below, And he speedeth so fast that the men at the mast Adjudge him some portent of woe. "What ho there!" they cry, As he flourishes by With a whisk of his beautiful tail; And the fish in the sea Are as scared as can be, From the nautilus up to the whale! And the Fly-Away Horse seeks those faraway lands You little folk dream of at night - Where candy-trees grow, and honey-brooks flow, And corn-fields with popcorn are white; And the beasts in the wood are ever so good To children who visit them there - What glory astride of a lion to ride, Or to wrestle around with a bear! The monkeys, they say: "Come on, let us play," And they frisk in the cocoanut-trees: While the parrots, that cling To the peanut-vines, sing Or converse with comparative ease! Off! scamper to bed - you shall ride him tonight! For, as soon as you've fallen asleep, With a jubilant neigh he shall bear you away Over forest and hillside and deep! But tell us, my dear, all you see and you hear In those beautiful lands over there, Where the Fly-Away Horse wings his faraway course With the wee one consigned to his care. Then grandma will cry In amazement: "Oh, my!" And she'll think it could never be so; And only we two Shall know it is true - You and I, little precious! shall know!

  2. Horse

    What does the horse give you That I cannot give you? I watch you when you are alone, When you ride into the field behind the dairy, Your hands buried in the mare's Dark mane. Then I know what lies behind your silence: Scorn, hatred of me, of marriage. Still, You want me to touch you; you cry out As brides cry, but when I look at you I see There are no children in your body. Then what is there? Nothing, I think. Only haste To die before I die. In a dream, I watched you ride the horse Over the dry fields and then Dismount: you two walked together; In the dark, you had no shadows. But I felt them coming toward me Since at night they go anywhere, They are their own masters. Look at me. You think I don't understand? What is the animal If not passage out of this life?

  3. 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

  4. Dark Horse

    I I have proved and stayed as dark horse Nobody would come to know without code Morse People disregard me and pass the curse Always non starter and unavailable force I have earned disrepute and considered as unreliable Still try to garner support and prove capable Never waste a time for second or minute Keep watch on all and observe it minutely Play game safe and advance self interest Try to extract more and achieve the best Everything at command without passing test Achievement of the goal without any rest All for self betterment and not for social cause No let up in work and continue without pause This all becomes necessary in changing world I know naked truth then why people turn cold? This is selfish world and you should stay supreme Play safe and never go to the end extreme I may prove incompetence if not seize the opportunity Life comes to a halt if not keep continuity, People have a soft corner and very short memory Go for bright glitter and never feel sorry Worship rising sun and look not at sunset Life should be at height and ambition preset All eyes are on achievement and conceding defeat Success story should emerge even making repeat People fall in line and not mind treachery Offer all the help even they feel jittery Neither I am claiming nor proving hollow System so prevalent I piously follow Not offer chance or slight mistake to allow People know better what is lying below I want to achieve and rise above average Glory and name should have wide coverage All might say what is there in name It doesn’t follow without playing game I continuously strive after hard bargain Doesn’t matter more whether loss or gain Nothing comes in life without taking pain Simple truth should be followed as it is plain