Monthly Archive: March, 2016

We need prayers for the families of the people lost in Brussels.

(I researched some of the people. All held dreams and hope. All were educated and were part of our world. Pray for them, their families and friends.Please pray for Brussels.  Time for us… Continue reading

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I came in peace. I left in pieces.

Powerful and needed words by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.

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Withour dear woman- Men are just bare land.

A mother’s tears A Poem by Coyote Poetry When a life is lost in war. Someone is heart broken somewhere.                                                     … Continue reading

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Old wish, not forgotten-Pray for peace

Pray for peace A Poem by Coyote Poetry I’m tire of violence and war. “Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too… Continue reading

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Life Through the Seasons

My Grandmother once said to me Child in life you must live all the seasons There is a time for spring When every experience seems new and fresh And you are guided by…

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If it be your will

If It Be Your Will A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                If It Be Your Will My dear Winter love. I held you so tightly in the  long cold Winter days… Continue reading

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Texas poetry- A dance with death

A dance with Death. (If you are lucky. We get warnings to change our ways. Years ago I was trying to drink myself to death. A beautiful woman changed my direction. Spirits with wise… Continue reading

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“THE RIVER”

Amazing poetry and art by a outstanding writer. Please read and enjoy.

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Time to fix our world-Not make her worst.

The songs of seasons A Story by Coyote Poetry A Native American tale.                                 The song of fall Warm days, cold nights. Create an restless passion. I can hear the whisper of the… Continue reading

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Our Muslim Friends

Originally posted on Webner House:
Kish and I have friends and acquaintances who happen to be Muslims. We’ve shared meals with them and celebrated special events with them.  They live in our town, have…

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