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Horse Pastoral Poems

These Horse Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Horse. These are the best examples of Pastoral Horse poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Dilton Marsh Walk
Today, as we skirt the bare field,
there is nothing but us and the sky
and the white horse nodding us by.

The soil is slick with the...

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Categories: pastoral, england, family,



Premium Member Dusk
A mist drifts listlessly through a softly dozing sky,
A breeze whispers kisses to a swallow passing by,
A lover caresses his lady's silken hair,
Easing its tresses...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: assonance, image, onomatopoeia,

Greenswards Fecundity Blooms Away
Greenswards Fecundity Blooms Away ™

Within a fortnight, as tempestuous slam
dunk March madness closes curtain call
“in like a lion, out like a lamb,” 
twill hove tested...

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Categories: appreciation, celebration, daffodils, garden,

Wesley's Horse
The little creature knew the roads.
From town to town his Friend
Would seek a fitting gathering space
To focus on life’s end.
No burden he, and speaking much
To Someone...

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© Doug Blair  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: christian, courage, friend,

Who Shall Save This World
Who Shall Save This World?

Who shall save this world?
Who shall bring peace in this world?
Who shall end up corruption among people?
Who shall find Treatment to...

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Categories: baptism, bible, courage, faith,



domestic animals
 Domestic Animals 
  
  Cows in the barn was glad to see me at six in the morning
  They mooed and...

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Categories: animal, love,

Tis Sweetest in the Spring
"Tis Sweetest in the Spring"
By Rachel Heffington

The farmers wives are scouring
their farmhouse kitchen floors
The bold, brisk lads are happy-eyed
and whistle out of doors.

The dairy-maids churn...

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Categories: happiness, nostalgia, work

Premium Member YESTERYEAR
Tedious toil from dawn to dark,
a farmhands days then so harsh and stark.
The clockhands ticks round slowly by one by one,
Pa's work ending with the...

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Categories: nature, seasons,