Monthly Archive: November, 2013

A wild bird

              A wild bird. I saw the fear in her eyes. She told me that “I love you. I need you.” But I’m afraid. Afraid of losing… Continue reading

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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 expands and… Continue reading

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Remember the War

Remember the War.

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A story of two Soldiers

Two good men A Poem by Coyote Poetry A story of two Soldiers Two different stories. Both are sad and needed to be written. Pray for the soldiers today. Remember men and woman… Continue reading

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Freedom isn’t free. It is very costly. Hold tightly to freedom.

                                                          Soldier graveyard outside of Paris.                                                        Freedom isn’t free. It is very costly. Hold tightly to freedom. Many had died for us to be able to have opportunity and to know freedom.… Continue reading

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Tribute to Our Veterans

Freedom is very costly. Tell a Veteran. We appreciate what they did and please don’t forget the Soldiers who didn’t make it home alive.

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For missed good friends on Veteran day. “At peace at last”

At peace at last                             The Soldiers gave him a 21 gun salute. Only young and old Soldiers came to… Continue reading

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Am I dead or alive?

Am I dead or alive? A Poem by Coyote Poetry A old poem found. Written 1987.                              Am I dead or alive? Describe emotion. Describe love. Describe pain. For every beautiful moment. Must… Continue reading

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Waiting by the wayside

Waiting by the wayside. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Sometime we must stop and re-adjust our life and thoughts.                                    Waiting by the wayside I was  waiting by the wayside. Trying to figure… Continue reading

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Death Valley, Iraq

            In the valley of death. What is the value of one life? Bullets, bombs, nuclear weapons don’t ask for your place of birth or your religion. Color,… Continue reading

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