The Great Pegasus, A Poem

Aspiring poet and sketch artist Lilian Albert gives us her take on the great pegasus.

Muscles ripple beneath your pure white coat

Your iron hooves strike the ground and cause earthquakes

Your wings beat the air, and wind comes down upon the earth

Your feathered legs paw the ground, and rivers flow

You snort, and mist threads through the mountains

When you are angry, fires rain down

When you are sad, the skies turn grey

When you are happy, light reflects off your golden bridle,

Creating sunshine to brighten the hearts of many

You are the great Pegasus

Original sketch by Lilian Albert.

Lilian Albert is 14 years old. She loves horses — she rides them, writes about them and draws them.

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