An Ode to Pony

From the author of the acclaimed best seller, Fifty Shades of Bay, and such inspirational posts as I Have a Love/Hate Relationship With Horse Movies, comes a poetry debut of such depth and beauty, you may literally cry in your seat.

An Equestrian Life presents:

An Ode to  Smart-Ass Little Pony

Oh Pony,

My Pony,

You have returned from training,

Thank goodness, for you are rather entertaining,

horse
Pony is not amused.

Fresh from your working vacation,

I gaze upon you with admiration.

With a delicate face, and serene beauty,

The warmblood in you gives you a big booty.

pony booty
It’s okay, I do too. Family curse, even to adopted members.

You long to be wild and free,

Since I can’t clip you, you have a goatee.

You make attempts to avoid capture,

Now I don’t try in the pasture.

"Release me from my gilded cage!"
“Release me from my gilded cage!”

I lure you in with food,

It takes you a moment to realize you are screwed.

You may think you are doomed,

But you do enjoy being groomed.

ponyhug
He requires treat payment for these types of activities.

We go out for some exercise,

Lunging around clockwise.

You know how to trot,

It’s not a battle that needs to be fought.

ponylunging

You move with such grace,

Around in circles of haste.

Even though you pretend to be a grump,

You actually enjoyed that jump!

lunging over a jump
My de-blur supplement hasn’t come in yet.

While sun glints off your gorgeous bay coat,

You’re daydreaming of that goat.

That’s not the ghost of him by that tree,

Although your trainer is now so sick of him, we could probably get him free.

upsetpony

You pretend you’re in fear

Out splash your pony tears.

But I’m not buying it anymore,

I will literally knock your ass to the floor.

lunging a pony

You know how to behave,

Now you just need to be brave.

In the end, you really are a good boy,

Even if your size makes you little more than a toy.

That’ll do Pony. That’ll do.

 

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9 comments

    1. Thank you! I’m thinking of doing poetry readings next.

      Really, this was a thinly veiled effort to showcase his jumping, so thanks for noticing!!

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