I’m like a wild beast, dangerous, untamed.
Oft prowling the plains looking for a meal.
Many have tried to catch me but I’m unchained.
Several times entombed but I broke the seal.
Free from the chains of a relationship.
A stallion with no bridal in my mouth.
No saddle on my back, no ropes, no bit.
I have no worries, no fears nor a doubt.
Until you the beast tamer found me free.
First you lured me with sweet outs and grain.
Your love and kindness brought me to a knee.
You whispered softly as you stroked my mane.
And now I gladly stay inside your barn.
Forever happy with your grace and charm.