by Al Badia,
Long ago, in a far-off land, there lived a magnificent white horse that roamed the countryside, inspiring awe and wonder in all who saw it. It was said that the horse had been born from a cloud, descended from the heavens to bless the land with its beauty and grace.
The people of the land revered the white horse, and tales of its deeds and adventures became legendary. It was said that the horse could run faster than the wind, jump higher than any other animal, and had a spirit that was as wild and untamed as the land it roamed.
But as time passed, fewer and fewer people saw the white horse, and some began to doubt that it had ever existed at all. Many believed that the horse was merely a myth, a figment of their collective imagination.
Yet, every now and then, someone would catch a glimpse of the white horse in the distance, galloping through the fields or leaping over fences, and they would be filled with a sense of wonder and hope. For they knew that the legend of the white horse would live on forever, inspiring new generations to believe in the impossible and to seek out the beauty that exists in the world around them.