The Stallion Of Spirit


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Guest Post

by Maik Herrmann

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Spirit was all that she ever knew

Living was all that she’d ever do

Living was all that she’d ever do

Spirit was all that she ever knew

She was a wild child

One of the hot kind

The sweetest thing you ever could do

She led me into her room

And soon my spirit would re-bloom

She introduced me to something completely new

We were driving that stallion

Across the horizon

Till there weren’t no more further to go

And when I woke up a-dreaming

She was already leaving

She gave me the freedom to follow her though

Spirit was all that she ever knew

Living was all that she’d ever do

Living was all that she’d ever do

Spirit was all that she ever knew

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__Maik__

      Maik Herrmann, critically acclaimed lyricist/songwriter & author of the “AUSTIN ROARERS – Vol. 1-3” songbooks. He is an award-winning songwriter from the former German Democratic Republic. He loves to participate in trampoline jumping and in-line skate marathons.

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17 thoughts on “The Stallion Of Spirit

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  3. hi,

    I want to have a guest post in ur blog of my poetries?
    do u have such provision?.if yes,then how can I do so..& if no..then can u please suggest where I can post as a guest blogger or can u give some links of those bloggers with large no of followers & who allows guest posts

    regards
    AATIF

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