Monthly Archive: May, 2015

Dedicated 💗 to my own mum primarily…

Originally posted on merryfairy:
   Thank you, mummy, for keeping me protected in your belly for nine consequent months 💗    Thank you, mummy, for keeping yourself awake to feed and nurture me as…

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A perfect night

A perfect night A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. wicked-naughty-diva wicked-naughty-diva:(Thank you Tumblr) A perfect night She was my forbidden temptation. She was my velvety sweet dreams that left me lingering as… Continue reading

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One of my favorites. Russian roulette.

Russian roulette A Poem by Coyote Poetry Life is taking chances. We will fall many times. If we are lucky. We will know peace one day.                                     Russian roulette Beautiful young woman… Continue reading

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“Dangerous places and beautiful faces”

Dangerous places and beautiful faces. A Poem by Coyote Poetry It is good to walk upon the edge.                            Dangerous places and beautiful faces. Dangerous places and secret rendezvous. To swim in… Continue reading

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“The blue eyed girl

The blue eyed girl “When you got nothing to lose. Can’t fall too far my friends.” I told a group of Poets outside the Monterey book store. A blue eyed girl with hair… Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

Originally posted on Mon Ange:
?? Good day, Beautiful People! Happy Mother’s Day to all the natural and spiritual mothers, grandmothers in the world. This is a tribute to you all for all…

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I needed a California poem. “Big Sur and Alisa Fineman”

Big Surf and Alisa Fineman A Poem by Coyote Poetry A beautiful song bird of the California coastline.                             Big Sur and Alisa Fineman I put two brothers into graves in 1988-1989.… Continue reading

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Summer Kisses

Summer kissed. Nothing more sweeter. A amazing poem by a talented writer.

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When the war is over and Lay down your guns

Missing pieces I saw the great storms. 15,000 Soldiers standing their ground. They were willing to fight and die for old Glory. I stood with my friends and we were waited for the… Continue reading

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More Texas poetry. “Her beauty had not blinded me” (Adult)

Her beauty has not  blinded me She roamed like a old tom cat. Wearing her black clothing like a mask. She tied her hair up into a tight knot. She don’t look boyish.… Continue reading

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