Daily Archive: October 25, 2015

from Issue #8: Poetry by Alicia Aza, translated by J. Kates

Originally posted on Contrappasso Magazine: International Writing:
Photo (CC) Brendan Lally @ Flickr * Read Alicia Aza’s original Spanish, then J. Kates’ English translations in blue. * * La golondrina merodea entre el…

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The dance of sweet dreams and nightmares.

Dance of sweet dreams and nightmares. A Poem by Coyote Poetry I’m old today. The people who accept war as norm. Will they accept their children dying for religion and hate?                           Dance… Continue reading

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-When comes a stranger

When comes a stranger A Poem by Coyote Poetry Death comes when she desired.                              Death come when he desires. I was last year man. I had it all. Beautiful house and a… Continue reading

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Two brothers

Two Brothers A Poem by Coyote Poetry I learn how fragile life can be in 1988-1989. Better to be kind to your friends and family. World punish them enough already.   Two brothers… Continue reading

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