JUNGLEROCK

a poem by Phillip Joseph Hussey, UK

Grey mingled with white a sign
His rock like covering so unique
Cantering with blazing mane so fine
His posture and prominent oblique
Snorting and nodding at the crowds
His neck arched in vain victory
A shadow on the post shrouds
Awaiting his imminent valedictory
But for his nemesis that Model Man
A dark Elliodor colt well bred
He had the best race form ran
Yet he ran the colt to a head
One day in sixteen hundred metres
Beating him fair and sound
Digging in his turf ground eaters
With the speed of a greyhound

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