The Stallion and the Fawn

A poem about Recognition

by MiC Lee-Price

They met by chance ~ as fate decreed,

The Stallion and the Fawn.

They were different in all degrees,

Like evening is to morn.

Long ago, another time,

Their twin souls met as one.

Recognition they would find,

What the Gods decree, is done

A deer and horse in loves caress,

Galloped beneath the magical skies.

If Kismet had wished their love success,

It would bless their knowing eyes.

No matter how different they did look,

Their hearts once beat as ONE.

It had been written in Fate's book,

That their LOVE again, would come.

The Stallion saw in the Fawn's eyes,

What he knew to be the truth.

This deer he would never compromise,

O' How could he show proof?

"I shall leave you deer,

But know you this - I will always be your love.

 

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If you need me I will be ever near,

So, trust in HIM above."

"He will bring us close once again ..."

He said as he galloped away.

"I can not say really when ...

Yet, I will love you come what may."

They met by chance ~ as fate decreed,

The Stallion and the Fawn.

They were different in all degrees,

Like evening is to morn.

Long ago, another time,

Their twin souls met as one.

Recognition they would find,

What the Gods decree, is done

 

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