Friday, 14 March 2014

A Mare Among Colts and Stallions

Amore was quite gentle and trusting when it came to outsiders. She did not have the same apprehension that other may have when meeting a new individual. This blind trust of hers had gotten her into trouble and her loving nature was such that she did at times put herself in harm’s way.  Amore had come across a number of colts and stallions in her life that had wounded her quite severely. Yet, she was fortunate to have a few deeply devoted kith and kin that had renewed her trust and enabled her to maintain her belief that kindness and warmth were the norm rather than deceit or malice. Her past had created in her a barrier that in recent years had slowly begun to crumble.

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Even as a mare she would give into her need to bond profoundly with another to the point that the choices with whom she would unite were dangerous. But bit by bit she had initiated building ties. She was not always certain of the stallions or even the mares within this new herd. Nevertheless, there were several carefree yearlings that had renewed her fragmented spirit. The yearlings were those toward which she could easily place her trust, care and devotion. As a result, this new herd with which Amore had been running with had created a sense of security in her that she had not felt in a long time. Perhaps it was the loving interchanges between her and the yearlings. She had recently come across a stallion who seemed equally wounded that had captured her attention. Still, this new stallion was nonchalant and their brief interchanges had created within her a sense of urgency that was pulling her from Amado. Amore had lived many lives prior to her domesticated prison and the acceptance into this herd reminded her of the devoted and tender moments of years past. Moments to which she clung as she galloped across the wide expanse to melt away her sorrows…

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