Category Archive: poetry

Happy Thanksgiving

It is Thanksgiving. I hope you have time to spend with your family. Remember the soldiers and the needy. Souvenirs A Poem by Coyote Poetry The odd things we hold special in old… Continue reading

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“Dangerous places and beautiful places

Dangerous places and beautiful faces. A Poem by Coyote Poetry It is good to walk upon the edge.                          Dangerous places and beautiful faces. Dangerous places and secret rendezvous. To swim in uncontrolled… Continue reading

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The red dress

The red dress A Poem by Coyote Poetry Good memory become better with time.                    The red dress   The German summer nights were fair. The Summer festival were alive and well this… Continue reading

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“Sacred places and sweet dreams.”

Sacred places and sweet dreams A Poem by Coyote Poetry Memories are like good red wine. Become more valuable with time and separation.     Sacred places and sweet dreams She traced my skin… Continue reading

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“My Winter love”

My Winter love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Cold days seem to bring people closer. My winter love. I whispered your sweet name. My sweet dreams bring your beautiful face to my memory.… Continue reading

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“A thousand kisses deep”

                A thousand kisses deep She whispered. Sweet lover listen to my heart. I have nothing to conceal. Please take anything you need. Love isn’t free.… Continue reading

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Two short poems

Two short poems A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. I hope you enjoy.                                  Lingering I remember you. Those lingering kisses and your silken tender skin against me. Your love was holy… Continue reading

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New York city ( Part one)

New York city lights       I left Iraq in the Winter of 1992. I was sent to Fort Dix, New Jersey.  I took a leave after I arrived in the USA… Continue reading

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I didn’t know

I didn’t know A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. Enjoy.                          I didn’t know My September lover would heat up the coming days of Autumn of 1978. She promised me today only.… Continue reading

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“Just men”

                                                       Death Valley        … Continue reading

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