by Charles Potts
Fuda and Shandy
Stand nose to tail
In the pasture,
For each horse’s head and face
The tail of the other
kind of reminds me of beavis pulling butt-head’s finger as they walk into the sunset, except butt-head would never reciprocate this
We should all do this, metaphorically. I scratch your back, you scratch mine. I like the horses’ being given names–makes the relationship personal.
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