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As Our Souls Become One

Oh, my heart aches
To once again ride
The horse fast as the wind
Mane and Tail black as the night
Yet his coat is a choclatey brown
Oh how my heart longs
To once again share
With this horse
The moment
When the souls
Of the rider and horse
Once again become one
As our souls become one
I feel so alive
Like I'm the horse
And he is the rider
I feel his every breath
His every move and step
His hoofbeats feel
Like they are mine
My horse and I
Become one
Until I have to go
So I brush him off
Put him back in the stall
And my heart loses one half
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Submitted on March 15, 2011

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Hi, I am a preteen who loves poetry and is entranced by natural beauty. My poems reflect how I am feeling at the moment, or how I am thinking at the time. more…

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