Daily Archive: July 2, 2016

“Stone to flesh”

Stone to flesh A Poem by Coyote Poetry Easy to believe in nothing. Needing only self-gain. Lonely death for a man who held wealth and power as God.   Stone to flesh They… Continue reading

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July fourth poetry. Nonfiction, Shadows of war

Shadows of war A Story by Coyote Poetry War can catch even the cold in heart.         Shadows I was a Soldier for almost 15 years. I volunteered for every… Continue reading

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Unabashedly unmasked – The bitter truth of Society

Originally posted on Silent lips and screaming mind:
Welcome to society, they say. We hope you enjoy your stay, they say. And please feel free to be yourself, As long as it’s in…

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The bluffs

Originally posted on Siren Whispers:
I run along the bluffs laughing, looking back at you. The wind rushes through my hair and tugs at my clothes. Your look is determined as you close…

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The Red Room

Originally posted on sebnemsanders:
? In my self-imposed solitary confinement at the castle, I roam the many halls and corridors and stop by the Red Room Do I dare enter her chambers for the…

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Our World

Originally posted on thePoetessMichelle:
In a world that is sometimes evil and cruel… In a world where many things are out of our control… In a world where bad things happen to good…

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July fourth poetry-Freedom

FREEDOM A Poem by Coyote Poetry Freedom is very costly. How many have died for freedom? We allow freedom to die without a fight. The men and woman who died for us to… Continue reading

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