Tag Archive: California

“She was a diamond”

  A Poem by Coyote Poetry We need to be thankful when we hold something precious in our hands. She was a  Diamond 20 Nov. 1994 The drunk man toasts to better days.… Continue reading

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Alisa Fineman

     

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“Old Soldier”

Old Soldier (A soldier life is a hard one. Career soldiers lead by example. Never leave a brother to die alone) A Story by Coyote Poetry Only Soldiers understand what another soldier had… Continue reading

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No regret

No regret A Poem by Coyote Poetry Bad days become less painful with time and distance.                                   No regret I stopped in Ann Arbor in June, 2000. I like to swim in old… Continue reading

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My little one

My little one A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                        My little one Love, Amie, love. Five foot tall, hair of strawberry red. Sweet smile that can steal your heart.I have contemplated… Continue reading

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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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Fire, the flame and you

Fire, the flames and you A Poem by Coyote Poetry Some people can inflame us. Fire, the flames and you You are my river of joy. My muse in  the mist of confusion.… Continue reading

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Barefoot dreams

Barefoot dreams A Story by Coyote Poetry Good places and friends make distance places good dreams in old age.      Barefoot dreams I met the Sergeant Major nightly at the Bowling alley, dance… Continue reading

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Coffee, you and me

Coffee, you and me “Then shall thy circling arms embrace and dip my naked body, and thy balmy lips. Bathe me in juices of kisses, who perfume like a religious incense shall consume.”    … Continue reading

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The nectar of you

The nectar of you A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old memories and very good places.         The nectar of you She gave me gestures of kindness. Openly opening the door of friendship. Her… Continue reading

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