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Morning Whinny

A Poem by Harold Roy Miller, Stagecoach, NV

 

May 2011 issue

  

When we feed the horses their morning hay,

our cute little gelding makes our day.

 

He eyeballs us and then he sends

us a whinny like we’re his best friends.

 

I think this means he’s accepted us

as people he can surely trust.

 

It also means he’ll soon be eating,

so happy is his high-pitched greeting.

 

We look forward every day

to his salutorious, expressive neigh.

 

The pleasures of horse folks are many

and one of ours is that morning whinny.

 

Copyright 2011 Rocky Mountain Rider. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Reproduction of any editorial material, artwork and photos is strictly forbidden without express written permission of the publisher. For information about reprint rights, please contact the editor; editor@rockymountainrider.com.

 

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