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Bouquet with Hooves

In a meadow where the sky kissed the earth at the horizon, there lived a creature as wondrous as the dawn. She was not merely a horse but a moving, breathing bouquet of the most exquisite flowers ever kissed by sunlight. With each step, 'Bouquet with Hooves' tread lightly, her hooves stirring the fragrance of spring into the air, leaving a trail of petals in her wake.

Children would giggle, and old folks would whisper tales of the time when the meadow was just a meadow, not a canvas of vivid blooms and sweet scents. They'd say it was her spirit, a gift from Gaia, that turned the land into a painter's wild dream. Her mane was a cascade of roses and lilies, her tail, a soft brush of lavender that painted joy in the hearts of those who watched her.

Each morning, 'Bouquet with Hooves' would prance to the brook, where the water reflected not just her image but the very essence of life's beauty. She was not a myth to those who knew her; she was a testament to the artistry of the cosmos, a reminder that magic did not just reside in the stories of old but galloped quietly in the midst of those who believed.

Yet, she was elusive, this floral filly, only appearing to those whose hearts were light and eyes were clear. To see her was to witness a living sonnet, each movement a line of poetry, each breath a stanza of the earth's song.

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Bill Tiepelman
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In a meadow where the sky kissed the earth at the horizon, there lived a creature as wondrous as the dawn. She was not merely a horse but a moving, breathing bouquet of the most exquisite flowers ever kissed by sunlight. With each step, 'Bouquet with Hooves' tread lightly, her hooves stirring the fragrance of spring into the air, leaving a trail of petals in her wake.<br />
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Children would giggle, and old folks would whisper tales of the time when the meadow was just a meadow, not a canvas of vivid blooms and sweet scents. They'd say it was her spirit, a gift from Gaia, that turned the land into a painter's wild dream. Her mane was a cascade of roses and lilies, her tail, a soft brush of lavender that painted joy in the hearts of those who watched her.<br />
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Each morning, 'Bouquet with Hooves' would prance to the brook, where the water reflected not just her image but the very essence of life's beauty. She was not a myth to those who knew her; she was a testament to the artistry of the cosmos, a reminder that magic did not just reside in the stories of old but galloped quietly in the midst of those who believed.<br />
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Yet, she was elusive, this floral filly, only appearing to those whose hearts were light and eyes were clear. To see her was to witness a living sonnet, each movement a line of poetry, each breath a stanza of the earth's song.