Category Archive: war

Highway 80 west stories. Part twelve. Long ride to Reno

I-80 Map Highway 80 west stories. Part twelve. Long ride to Reno A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Two people traveling together trying to find reason and purpose.           Long ride to Reno I… Continue reading

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2500 miles away from you

2500 miles away from you A Poem by Coyote Poetry We hope distance and separation can make sadness forgotten. It doesn’t.                            2500 miles from you On a Winter day in 1989. We… Continue reading

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Highway 80 west stories. Part eleven. New friends

Highway 80 west stories. Part eleven. New friends A Chapter by Coyote Poetry A lucky traveler meet good people and is taught something by them.              Highway 80 west stories. Chapter 11.  New… Continue reading

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Wildflower dreams

Wildflowers dreams. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old friends face had come to me lately. His baby girl is getting marry. It is sad poem. War take the best from us.                       Wildflowers… Continue reading

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We are just bones/flesh and blood waiting to be turn to dust.

                                            My Grandparent   We are just bones/flesh and blood waiting to… Continue reading

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Peace, sweet peace. We have forgotten you.

                            WW2  graveyard outside of Paris     Never again. Forgotten words.       If we have no peace,… Continue reading

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For John Denver. A missed man of hope and peace.

Peace A Poem by Coyote Poetry Please listen to the video. His words mean more today then 29 years years ago. John Denver – Peace http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpO0lsTQSs0 Peace There is a name for war… Continue reading

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Highway 80 west stories. Chapter nine. The real truth.

                                                Death Valley   Highway 80 west stories. Chapter nine.… Continue reading

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Missing pieces. Part two

In October 1950, a North Korean Army major referred to as “The Tiger” took command of more than 700 American servicemen who had been captured and interned as POWs. In August 1953, following… Continue reading

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For Jack London “Just meat.”

Just meat and tales of kisses A Poem by Coyote Poetry Quotes from Jack London book “When God laughs” “Well, I have. He was like this beefsteak. You an’ me is eatin’. It… Continue reading

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