Monthly Archive: April, 2015

The Day After the Riots

Originally posted on Salon Z:
? The men of Baltimore formed what they called a love line between the police in their riot gear and the protesters They talked of unity and the…

Rate this:

“Ghost, demons, Lovers and lonely corridors”

Ghosts, demons, lovers and lonely corridors A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just thoughts upon life.                         Ghosts, demons, lovers and lonely corridors The solemn days leave us with faces of ghosts, demons and… Continue reading

Rate this:

“Measure and weight”

Measure and weight A Poem by Coyote Poetry What make us feel human and alive? I believe it is the love we embraced and the forgiveness we must understand and accept.                                    Measure… Continue reading

Rate this:

30 Day Poetry Challenge: Day 24: “Edible Fruit”

Originally posted on Poetry Through My Canvas:
I’m starving for your love Hungry for your love I can eat you all day long knowing that your love will once again purify me All…

Rate this:

a-z challenge: y

Originally posted on blahpolar:
Yevgeny Yevtushenko (the name) is transliterated a few ways, notably with both starting with E, which doesn’t suit my purpose in the slightest, so we’re sticking to the triple…

Rate this:

Two poems.

Two poems. One poem by a ancient writer and another by a almost ancient writer. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Thomas Nashe words are true today as 400 years ago. The world will… Continue reading

Rate this:

“Everybody knows”

Everybody knows (I will never understand why you would burn down your own city. If you are pissed off. Demonstrate. Government fear when the people gather as one. Violence gives the government reasons… Continue reading

Rate this:

“Not enough”

Not enough A Poem by Coyote Poetry Sometime love isn’t enough.                                 Not enough Kind and sweet muse told me. “Sweet Johnnie, I can save you. Please tell me what you need. You… Continue reading

Rate this:

Poetry Street: The Lost Romance| Poem by Ellie Rayne

Originally posted on The Stranger's Wall:
The Lost Romance Memories kept coming back little by little, Flooding through my mind, Filling my head with thoughts of our romance once brewed to perfection,…

Rate this:

“Dear Amie”

Dear Amie A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words and thoughts Dear Amie (Denying love rewards leave you with great reward) Sweet words once whispered by a ancient Poet. Dear Amie. Sweet and… Continue reading

Rate this: