Tag Archive: Monterey California

No words Wednesday. I almost made Big Sur.

Had plans to visit the California coastline. Things went wrong. It is okay. Now dear family is my Monterey.   Big Sur and Monterey coastline It is God’s country. Still had a feel… Continue reading

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Delicate flower

Delicate flower A Poem by Coyote Poetry Some people and places are perfect. They are delicate flowers and perfect places.                                 Delicate flower I was a wore and torn man, receded into the… Continue reading

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“The waltz”

The Waltz A Poem by Coyote Poetry The ocean and love create emotions and passion that stay with us forever. The waltz We were doing a waltz upon the beach. The waves were… Continue reading

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“Divine Nature”

Divine Nature A Poem by Coyote Poetry We need long walks into the deep forest. Nature can show us we are just part of a living system that need coöperation of all of… Continue reading

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“Some days can be perfect”

Some days can be perfect A Poem by Coyote Poetry Life is like the sea. We can be as powerful as a Winter storm or quiet as the smooth dance of the morning… Continue reading

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Alisa Fineman

     

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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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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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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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