Tag Archive: Monterey California

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… 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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“A woman like you”

    A woman, like you I was standing at a distance listening to you. You were  speaking against hate and violence. A voice so soft and kind. It made me  stop to… Continue reading

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The street Poet

(Thank you my dear friend on Writer’s cafe. Honored me with these words)       In the moment we become A Poem by KLGoode to the very inspiring John — aka Coyote… Continue reading

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Ode to Jessica

Ode to Jessica A Poem by Coyote Poetry I was a street Poet once. Another Poet name Jessica asked for a poem and she bought me a strong coffee. This is the poem.… Continue reading

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Bad to the bone

Bad to the bone A Poem by Coyote Poetry Good music took me to good days and places. Bad to the bones (Written in 1989 rewritten today) I’m going crazy. I don’t know… Continue reading

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Can find wisdom in the wind. “Expand and multiply”

Expand and multiply A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old wise tale. Old man with a heavy load was asked. Why did he carry so much? He smiled and told them. Life expand and… Continue reading

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No sweeter taste than love my friend. “Beatrice”

My beautiful Beatrice. A Poem by Coyote Poetry The ocean is near, no place to be and a beautiful Italian girl. Paradise for the lucky in love and life.                                My beautiful Beatrice.… Continue reading

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Would nice we would take back regret. “If I knew”

If I knew. A Poem by Coyote Poetry We learn too late to be quiet. Anger and violence leads only to more pain and sadness.   If I knew. I would of  loved… Continue reading

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