Mustangs (a poem)

by Heartbeat for horses


A triumphant whinny piercing the air
Hooves pounding against the desert glare
Hearts of gold spirits like the stars
Bolder than brass brighter than mars

Many coats, every color
Paints and chestnuts
Blacks and duns
Going together a herd as one

The powerful stallion
The tough lead mare
The growing colts
The sprouting fillies

The one thing they show me
More than anything else
Is to have power and be free
And when trouble comes your heart is key

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Feb 14, 2017
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WRITE ME MORE!
by: hundreds of horses

Wow! I don't know what to say. You have skill! Use that talent, and write more!

Jan 01, 2017
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Pretty!!
by: AHorseLovingGirl

It's a VERY nice poem! Love it! <3

Jan 01, 2017
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Wow!!!
by: Shayna

I love your poem! Wow!

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