Category Archive: Poetry and story

The Sea is a Chameleon

Originally posted on Siren Whispers:
The sea is a chameleon There are many colors Blues in varying shades Greens that compliment the blues Some have rocky shores While others are composed of Endless…

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The sea

The sea A Poem by Coyote Poetry Best place to be. Near the sea with good friends, music and free time.                               The sea I told her. Become like the sea. Move with… Continue reading

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A call to prayer for Northern Iraq

Originally posted on Made for Joy:
Let us be praying as God calls and allows, this day and this weekend forward, for all those in the conflict in Northern Iraq: 1) for Christians…

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Be Silly. Be Honest. Be Kind

Originally posted on Bound 4 Escape:
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Waves

Originally posted on The Secret Life of Sahara:
Waves are breaking on the shore, throwing countless treasures beneath my feet. The leaves of the sea grass, the shells of unusual shapes, colored pebbles…

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“True love gives all”

True love gives all A Poem by Coyote Poetry A old and good memory. Our elders teach us how to live.                        … Continue reading

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Be flexible branches than dead roots

Be flexible branches than dead roots A Story by Coyote Poetry I learn the past is gone and today actions matter, by a New Orleans Tarot card reader.                             Be flexible branches not… Continue reading

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OLTRE

Originally posted on Thinking Of You:
Mi ricorderò di te anche quando mi scorderò quasi tutto di me e forse anche oltre. La pelle non la freghi, è lì che sta la memoria.…

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“You are always on my mind” Part one

            You will always be on my mind The splendor of true love, Where you allow the wall of fear to fall completely down. Allowing emotion and desire… Continue reading

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Drum to be heard

Originally posted on Poetheart!:
the drums chanting labored by calloused hands it doesnt know others sounds but the deaf drumming of their longings no one to hear…no one to understand but men preparing…

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