I wanna dedicate thsi to my heart and sould Black Magic RIP my beloved unrideable boy.
3. Shows/ competing
I remmeber that first day I saw you, alone and abandoned in that stall.
I remmeber how you look down and on guard.
They al called me crazy, and look at me when I walked you out.
They said you were unrideable by the best ones and asked me to get you back.
We got in that ring with the excuse of just a little trot.
We watch them how all got surprised when you didn't buck me off.
You run into that fence and jumped.
And I gave you my heart and Soul.
We went into the shows.
I was a bigginer, who couldnt handle a horse
And you were even worse, "that damn black horse"
But I looved the look on their faces when we were done.
Place to Place, show by show,
Every weekend we jumped and rock and roll
Leaving gossips and amusement in the crowd
Sooner than latter we had beated the odds
They said we werent ment to be together,
But they used to bet we will win
In nationals and state finals.
And then it came that horrible day.
We were crowned number one,
And you were taken away.
I couldnt handle the pain so
I went away.
I saw you 3 yrs latter
You werent the same.
No more my shinny black horse,
The one that gave his heart and soul in every jump
You were the same unridiable horse
I feel in love 5 years away.
And this poem is a poem that I would like to share. Is a poem I wrote for the man who teached me everything I know about horses, and made me who Im today in every aspect in my life.
This wont match in any class I don't want it to be graded or classified its just somethign I like to share about my dad.
You teached me to read writte, for school.
You teach me to remmember, for a exam.
You teach me to believe, that anything was possible.
You teach me to breed, and respect every animal.
You teach me to ride, and became no 1
You made me who I'm
That was us the ones that wrote, remmebered, believed. Breed and rode.
Then I look back and you are gone ...
And you teached me more.
You teach me to feel, that I miss you.
You teached me to writte , about you.
You teached me to cry, forgive and smile.
You teach me to ride, 'cos I love it and not 'cos I had to.
You teached me to miss you.
And after so long you are still my dad.
Thanks for make me who I´m.