Monthly Archive: December, 2014

2014 in review (Thank you for the support. Give me reasons to keep reading)

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 38,000… Continue reading

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PEMDAS

Great wisdom and advice in the amazing poetry.

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Perfect companions – #haiku

Originally posted on Grevillea Corner:
We share this free space, hand in hand we walk the rocks – perfect companions Haiku by Stephanie Mohan – December 2014 photo – thanks friend Mandy B…

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December Breeze

Originally posted on Diwata in Lalaland:
It’s amazing to fall Thinking of your eyes We are separated by millions of stars But that… hhmmm That look in our eyes Always makes me smile…

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“Old Painter at the beach boardwalk.”

Old Painter at the beach boardwalk. A Poem by Coyote Poetry We need to listen to the old ones. Can enlighten the mind and heart. Old painter on the beach boardwalk Old man… Continue reading

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~My Every Breath~

A amazing poem by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.

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“I will love you forever and a day.

“I will love you forever and a day” A Poem by Coyote Poetry Written in 1978. Memories are like a good wine. Better with time.   ” I will love you forever and… Continue reading

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The Long Dark

Originally posted on Cat Amesbury:
As we pass through the Winter Solstice, I think of pivots. I wake in the dark, work in the dark, go to bed in the dark. This day…

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“Happy New Year and enjoy the gifts of life. Family and nature.

Ancient warrior A Poem by Coyote Poetry Blood cannot change. Sometime must go back to your place of birth to learn peace. Ancient warrior I drove to the forest. Away from the city.… Continue reading

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love does not exist in this world where people live by fear and ego.

Originally posted on Sharkey Speaks:
(Black and white) I shared my soul, opened mind, arms, and heart and in the end, lost those too: I didn’t look the part. (warfare) Fatalities: Hope. Love.…

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