Daybreak confession to the Sea


Daybreak confession to the Sea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pacific

The Pacific

A Poem by Coyote Poetry

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In a life we must add up what we have done. Re-set our journey and begin again.

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  Daybreak confession to the Sea

I have reached the bottom of the bottle.
Now distraught and delirious dreams led me to wishing.

I was swimming in your warm sweet kisses.
Desiring steamy long nights of passion  in your embrace.

I have joined the bonafide brethren of men who cradle love in their hands.
And misused the sweet woman.

Now I sit in a abyss of shit sipping bourbon.
Walking on a tightrope.

I wish for those nights when you came to me in your sexy red negligee.
Your brown eyes taking the weight of the world away.

I try to forget your beautiful face.

I pick-up another shot of whiskey.
Raise the glass up and whisper to a divine and beautiful woman.
Who flee my worthless life.

Daybreak will be merciful.

I sit alone by the sea.
I will calculate how kind and noble you were.

I pray to the God of the Sea.

Sent a Angel to me with beautiful brown eyes.
To bring joy and laughter back into a sad life.

I’m sorry.

Coyote
Jan 2009