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Separate Ways
by D. L. Vaineo

Thursday, August 05, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Whether it be an animal or a human being, we all need some type of freedom
in our lives.


I saw two horses
In a meadow

One was black
The other, dapple grey

I'd watch them run
Chasing one another

They always seemed
To be at play

No cares at all
For they had freedom

To roam wherever
They chose

You could tell
They 'cared'

For each other
But still

Had the freedom
To go 

Their 'separate ways'





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Reviewed by Gloria Gay 9/4/2010
Sometimes, in nature, we find the simplest answers to complex problems. You found that in your poem.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 8/6/2010
Definately a write to make you think. My own thoughts that emerged were mayhap that is man's problem to be committed to loss of freedom...yet in the wild horses stay together as well..
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 8/6/2010
A lovely ode to freedom. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace,

Reviewed by Christine Volkoff 8/6/2010
To love, be loved, and be free...what could be better?! Rare and beautiful feeling, expressed very nicely...

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