Monthly Archive: August, 2014

Oh Captain, Oh Captain. Where are you now?

      Oh Captain, Oh Captain. Where are you now? A Poem by Coyote Poetry We lost a bright light who brighten the dark days. Thank you Robin Williams.                               Oh… Continue reading

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A Robin Williams tribute (video)

Oh Captain, Oh Captain. Where are you now? Thank you.

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I need a long vacation at Monterey. “In Monterey”

            In Monterey I called you to tell you I was all right.  I don’t remember losing you so much here.   The winter days of Michigan made me sad.  … Continue reading

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Oh Captain, Oh captain. Where are you now? “The gray whale”

 Oh Captain, Oh captain. Where are you Now?   (All of us feel weak and alone. I have been saved often. I tried to save some people. A kind voice and open arms… Continue reading

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Attempting Poetry: Robin Williams, Conor Oberst, and Sliced Meat

When I was younger (I’ve just gotten to that number – a quarter century – where I’ve begun fake-lying about my age) than I am now (twenty-three, twenty-four…) I thought that everything in…

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The final act

      (Thank you Photo bucket for the photos)     The final act She whispered. I need you. I don’t need you.You used to run home to be. Undress me at… Continue reading

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A Comic Book Hero For My Daughter

Originally posted on Southern Nights:
He came home in a box. What could I say. Nothing. I squeezed her long and hard. He’d served his country proud. But had they served him back?…

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Butterfly Kisses

I like the butterfly kisses. A amazing poem.

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She wanted Paris and I wanted her “Katie thoughts”

        She wanted Paris and I wanted her. “Katie thoughts” A Chapter by Coyote Poetry You can return to where you begin. You become blinded by things you cannot have.… Continue reading

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Fragile love

         Fragile love You have been lingering upon my thoughts.You have made promises we cannot keep. Sweet words, kind words made me wish for faraway places that I can’t arrive… Continue reading

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