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I See You Run

Published by • Mar 10th, 2010 • Category: by Madelaina, March for Wild Horses, Poetry

I See You Run

by Madelaina, age 14

Springtime you’ll joy in the clover,
the dandelion fields you believe a wonder
of golden droplets and prairie grasses
as the slightest, cool breeze passes.

Sun of summer glowing near,
there are creeks ever-flowing here,
delightful to the baking pelts,
and trees for comfort when all else melts.

Autumn cools the open skies
down to plains of every size.
The weather blows the perfect time
to let the valley ring your chime.

Winter in full cruelty hails,
and bark you eat when all else fails,
huddling close and blinded by snow,
cold and battling wherever you go.

Come spring again, a ripe time starts
one of newborns and blissful hearts.
And warm or cool, your presence near
I see you run, throughout the year.

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Image: BLM Photo Library

8 Nickers »

  1. Champion poem Made! I love the yearly motion of the stangs. The mustangs are always racing with the seasons. Nice touch.

    ~HF

  2. I love it! Just love it!

  3. I totally love it! and the pic is awesome too! I’m just loving everything about this poem, though! Made, ur a champion!!

  4. Awesome! I love the way you discribed each season. Awesome job!

  5. Totally awesome Made! :)

  6. Wow! I can just picture what you described. It was really… peaceful. I especially liked the first verse.

  7. This reminds me of the Silver Brumby, describing each beautiful season. Lovely poem! It’s like a words-instead-of-pictures wild horse calendar!!!

  8. Excellent! Very nice and detailed, I love it! Keep it up girly! =) “Come spring again, a ripe time starts / One of newborns, and blissful hearts” – this is my favorite line! I love your writing, and each verse held me in awe. =) Great work, it’s ‘champion’!