Brego – No Mere Horse

by May 16, 2003Poetry

His spirit as wild as dancing flame,

A great steed few of men could tame,

His coat deep red, his mane jet black,

Only one could climb astride his back,

As swift as wind on grassy plains,

Yet this great horse went through great pains;

When Master fell, the darkness took

His mind. The stables his forsook,

‘Til Elfstone came to Golden Hall,

And healed the wounds from Princes fall,

Now proud he carries King to be,

High King of Men, Lord of the Sea.

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