Your coat quivers beneath my touch,
Rosy gray and warm, yet cold.
A soft whicker stalls my tears
You know my every thought, my fears.
Piercing eyes that I know so well,
Smoky green tinged with burnished gold.
Horse and rider, while the suns rays burn,
Waiting, longingly for the day to turn;
For when the moon commands the sky,
On hooves he can no longer fly.
I find you once again my dear,
Sinewy muscles under bare skin,
A shift in shape and you appear,
Equine body reveals the man within.
Our love endures despite your fate,
I never let you leave my gaze,
Your wife, your lover, your mate
Forever, till the end of days.