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Haiku Horse Poems | Haiku Poems About Horse

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Cross Country Freedom

Steeplechase
Trotting Pace
Won the Race


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Wind Horse

Wind Horse ©


running free, wild, brave
tail streaming high in the wind
hoof pounding the earth

horses turn their haunch
to show their scorn for the storm 
and nature’s tantrum

allows man to think
he can command elegance
and tame the wild heart

Trisha Sugarek


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Beauty


    beautiful equus -
    refined, graceful, free spirit
    and favourite of kings


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Into the sunset

Living lonely lives,
Cowboys are known for riding
Into the sunsets

8 May 2014


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The horse

A black and white horse
My greatest childhood friend
Always by my side


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Riding lessons


  bay mare stretches neck
  to gorge on vergeside grass -
  ignoring novice


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Haiku 44

This haiku has been deleted due to possible publication.


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war horse

by instinct
she speeds through dark wood- -
war horse


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Finding His Legs

Wet and shiny coat,
Extremities shake and quake;
Newborn foal’s first stand.


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Beast of burden

to pull the load through,
the lashing whip compels me,
not enthusiasm..!


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The Destrier-War Horse

                              


                                      His gallant steed gone

                                   Galloping greener pastures

                                      The knight waits alone


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Wild horse



a horse running wild 

a howl at night .. fear in sight 

a dream .. far from real


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Cannible Thoughts

I am so hungry
I could eat an entire horse.
Or, I'll just eat you!


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mimic

black horse mimics
zebra's every move
Can they outrun the sun?


please view:
http://www.moillusions.com/2008/05/national-geographics-shadow-zebras.html

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Horses

    Eyes round in terror

horses severed at the head

     have no tomorrow


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The Sea Horse

Miniature Stallion
No saddle or rider worn
Neptune's favorite


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HORSE

                                                      Horse is horse		
                                                A lamb's height is short 		
                                                         not faster		


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Haiku: Horse Without Rider

Horse without rider!
Rambling in lack of an aim;
So indisciplined!


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Horse in the Wind

Racing the wind, the valiant and graceful steed, rides across the field.


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horses in paddock

   horses in paddock

all look up as I pass by

 foals frisk in sunlight


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Dillon

the horse hunkering 
rain drenched muddy
up on the hill ears down.



Theme: HORSE 
Bob Renard
Constance’s Contest entitled:
Horses or Snowflakes or Horses and Snowflakes Poetry Contest


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Spotted Horse Runs Fast

Spotted horse runs fast
His legs think he is the wind
Spots of rain chase him.


(January 10, 2011  Wausau, Wisconsin)

(c) Copyright 2011 by Christine A Kysely, All Rights Reserved,


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Horse

   


   mare is patient
   as farrier works speedily -
   collie plays in yard


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Dark Horse

thick blanket of death

from the forest, heavy mist

lone dark horse comes.

 

(January 19, 2011  Wausau, Wisconsin)

(c) Copyright 2011 by Christine A Kysely, All Rights Reserved


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TO LEAD NEXT NEW GENERATION





                                         guardian stallion
                                leads mares foals for survival
                                     graze from field to field

                                   foals become young colts
                                   driven away to lead next
                                          new generation