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  1. Wild Horses

    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.

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    Incredible! This poem is so good, one in a thousand horse poems!

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  3. Wild Horse Survival

    • By Trish Beckwith
    • Published: November 2007
    Poem About The Beauty Of Wild Horses

    Aloft the wind
    I ride the night sky
    I see the world through a much different eye

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    There is a very powerful message in this poem! Horses are a wonderful creature...very elegant, graceful, charming, and spirited! My family had three Appaloosas we use to board on Cooke's...

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  4. Food

    The Predator's Hunt

    Crouched in grasses - sun is sinking
    food will come for evening drinking
    silent - still - panting - thinking,
    resting in the heat of sun.

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  6. Animal

    Poem About Animals Having Feelings

    Picture

    I was born one day to the sunny sky;
    The light was quite a surprise.
    My mother fed me and kept me warm,
    While I was small in size....

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    It proves animals have feelings too. They are the same as humans.

  7. A Butterfly Life

    • By Sarah Zylstra
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Butterflies

    As the caterpillar sleeps inside its cocoon
    Like a baby wrapped in her blanket
    She waits and waits until she blooms
    Into a beautiful new life ...

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    This poem caught my attention at the very last moment and I had given it to my 10 yr old daughter for memorizing within an hour for her elocution contest and to my surprise she was selected...

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  8. March Of The Penguins

    • By Dave Whitton
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Penguins

    The Emperor penguins march, slip and slide and march.
    Males and females, side by side, follow their instinct
    To a meeting ground - a mating ground- then stop.
    Males preen, while the females, outnumbering the males,

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  10. A Moment To Smile

    • By Louis Gander
    • Published: March 2009
    Poem About Ants

    Deep into the woods in my truck I seemed lost.
    The brisk, chilly breeze was still holding the frost.
    Because it was dried up and totally dead,
    I decided to cut down this big tree instead.

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  11. Tiger Dance

    Poem Describing Power Of Tigers

    Sleek, slender, cracking whip
    dip, arch, circle,
    agile, quick, deceitfully frail,
    Is the delicate Art of the tiger Tail...

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  12. The Eagle Soars

    Poem About National Bird Of The United States

    Our American Bald Eagle stands bold and proud
    Representing our nation's liberty,
    Soaring effortlessly above the shores
    Peering down at the majestic sea. ...

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    The Eagles are large, amazing birds. While watching them you see a lot of funny things happen. We were fishing at Lake Shasta one year and sitting out on the houseboat deck while fishing, a...

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  13. Ant Flying Day

    • By Antonia Armstrong
    • Published: March 2013

    With unlocked eyes
    and finally sure of her status,
    she scrambles alongside the ones,
    who've spent their days waiting...

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