Monthly Archive: March, 2014

3 Songs to Make You Embrace Being Irish

Originally posted on Oracle of Film:
I don’t know if I ever made this a common fact on my blog, but I am, in fact, a quarter Irish. I try to celebrate this…

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Poem for the coming days of Spring. Wildflower dreams

Wildflower dreams A Poem by Coyote Poetry Good to be among the wildflowers. Free from life problems and trying to find the freedom we once held precious.                                     Wildflowers dreams. She was pretty… Continue reading

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What men do. Part two

          (When two nations try to discuss peace with false want. No-one can win.) . What men do? A Poem by Coyote Poetry The leaders of this government must… Continue reading

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Highway 80 west stories. Part four. Salt Lake city, Utah

Highway 80 west stories. Part four. Salt Lake city, Utah A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Long ride and the long highway allow us to learn. We are not alone.                                 Highway 80 west… Continue reading

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Love conquered all

Love conquered all A Poem by Coyote Poetry Must know love and kindness to know joy and happiness. Love conquered all Lovers drowning in the amorous of sweet kiss, long embrace and the… Continue reading

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The Waltz Poetry for the days of Spring.

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… Continue reading

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No words Wednesday

  Downtown Basel, Switzerland  1979     Outside of Paris. Men who fought and die to keep Europe free   Beautiful Florence. A ancient city filled with history and tale.   I told… Continue reading

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The walls and the damn mirrors

The walls and the damn mirrors A Poem by Coyote Poetry Can’t hide what we became when we see our reflection in the mirrors                            The walls and the damn mirrors My father… Continue reading

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An 8 Year Old Boy’s Gift to a Soldier

Originally posted on The Foxhole:
Wow. Bless this kid. Sometimes it takes the thoughtfulness of a child to bring things into sharper focus. From The Blaze. Like most 8-year-olds, Myles Eckert was already…

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The crossroads of the embrace or the decay

The crossroads of the embrace or the decay? A Poem by Coyote Poetry We decide what we need and not with the quickest of decision. If we knew. It was the last time… Continue reading

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