Monthly Archive: May, 2016

Life is simple. Take many photos and laugh often.

Family pictures. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Kind people leave us with kind memories and show us how to live.                           Family pictures. Do we know when the final goodbye is? Did we… Continue reading

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Memory lane

Originally posted on Geetha Balvannanathan's Blog – Isis Tratum:
Memory lane 29 May 2016 Courtesy jacktierneygallery.com   Shadows flee Across wilderness Icy fires Light their frames Bearing weight of twisted games They…

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Together again

Originally posted on Geetha Balvannanathan's Blog – Isis Tratum:
Together again 30 May 2016 Courtesy robertcorneliusphotography.com ? The coastline Shimmers under sun Wanton gleam Daylight dream Some things are more than they…

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For Tony

Originally posted on My Journey Into Darkness/The Story Of A Life Wasted With A Lying, Cheating, Disease-Giving, Narcissistic Husband:
Today is Memorial Day.  It’s a day to celebrate the veterans who gave their lives in…

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Mirrors At War

Originally posted on Dark Matter:
Mirrors go to war armed with glass  and glossy bullets. Perfect aim,  lust for fame, long pained memories.   Effortless strategy, clear risk assessments. Armies stare at each other…

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My brother, my friend. Memorial day

My brother, my friend. We need you, Soldier. alive and well   A Poem by Coyote Poetry I met a man waiting for death. de                … Continue reading

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Memorial day poetry-Ain’t no f-good war

Ain’t no fucking good war. A Poem by Coyote Poetry “Can’t allow the hate and fear to overcome us. World been the same for a long time. Must dance and love. Never know… Continue reading

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Evolution

Amazing verbal and written poetry by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.

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The best part of me

Amazing poetry by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.

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Memorial day poetry-At peace at last

At peace at last A Story by Coyote Poetry A story for a good friend. Soldiers need to remember the old timers who taught us respect and how to lead. At peace at… Continue reading

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