Animal Poem

Picture these beautiful wild horses, hear their thundering hooves, feel the freedom.

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Wild Horses

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Published: September 2010

Thunder of hooves across the land,
A gallant proud stallion is leading his band,
With grace and beauty they gallop and run,
Enjoying the freedom and warmth of the sun.

They stop and graze on grassy plains,
With only the wind to groom their manes,
No man can govern where they roam,
Fence-less pastures their only home.

Stand proud wild horses with spirit strong,
In man-less land where you belong,
Untamed you gallop on land through sea,
Forever wild ..... Forever free.

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  • by Maria A. Ciuraj
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Incredible! This poem is so good, one in a thousand horse poems!

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