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A RIDERLESS HORSE Poem by Adbur Rahman

After posting the latest from Joseph Azize, see below, I saw there was a link to the Adbur Rahman site with this poem and so I am posting it here.

A Riderless Horse

Breath in my lungs,
sunlight upon my face.
O Beloved! These are gifts fine and beautiful.

Let me then breathe gratitude,
speak gratitude,
become gratitude.

I am a riderless horse.
Let my every breath be
‘Welcome, Rider, I am glad You have come’

(Abdur Rahman, 20th August 2007)

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Written by SOPHIA WELLBELOVED

April 28, 2008 at 7:14 am

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