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My Horse and Me
by Jane Gilgun

Saturday, March 15, 2008
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Harmony and disharmony between a horse and a human being

 

When you spook
and I land hard on the ground
when you stop short from a canter
and I fall on your neck
when you lift your head out of reach
as I trim your forelock.
 
Let's remember the times when
I think left
and you go that way
when I ask for a canter
and you give it
when I touch your brow
and you lower your head
when we're in the woods
and the sunlight dapples the green leaves
as you step daintily over a wooden bridge.

 

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Reviewed by Michelle Mead 3/18/2008
I like how you did this, turned things around in the second verse, it could be applied to humans sometimes, too, lol!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/15/2008
Love the ending, Jane!



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