[ Thomas American Horse ]

Poems by CJ Wells
Among the Eagles
Black Horse
Buf­falo Bull Tail
High Raven
Long Wolf’s Shadow
Old Doll
Peach Madonna
Red Bird
She Has Many Horses
Sit­ting Bull
Snowy Owl
Spar­row Hawk
Spot­ted Hum­ming­bird
Star Bun­dle
The Bad­ger
The Buf­falo
The Crow
The Hum­ming­bird
The Ravens
The Snake
Thomas Amer­i­can Horse
Weep­ing War­rior Hum­ming­bird
Whis­pers While Walk­ing
White Buf­falo
White Wolf
Wig­gling fish
Thomas Amer­i­can Horse
I went across the Big Water
And met the Great White Mother.
I danced and rode my best horse,
In the strange land.

With quirts in our hands,
And loud war cries,
We rode our horses as fast as we could,
So close to where they stood,
They felt the hot breath of our ponies in their faces
Their eyes grew big with fear.

But my eye hun­gered for the hills,
Near my home.
I longed to dance on the grass of my father.
To tell and retell the sto­ries of the strange
Land and the strange people
Thomas American Horse

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