They disappeared after a fire.
They returned to the wild.
They became ill and died.
They starved to death.
The Spanish brought them
The government passed a law
Native Americans raised them
Cowboys rode them to their ranches
Wild horses lost their homes.
People tried to tame wild horses.
Wild horses roamed freely on the land.
People lived peacefully with wild horses.
Put in danger
Land they live on
People spread westward
People wanted on land
The first poem was more best than the second one.
The first poem was good, and the second one was more good.
The second poem was better than the first poem, but the last one was the best.
The second poem was good than the first poem, and the last one was better of all.
Our playing was bad in May, worst in June, and most worse in July.
Our playing was bad in May, more bad in June, and most bad in July.
Our playing was bad in May, worse in June, and the worst in July.
Our playing was bad in May, worse in June, and worser in July.
To influence gently
To force someone
To run away from someone
To give a special treat