Monthly Archive: September, 2016

“Nothing remains the same”

Nothing remains the same A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                              Nothing remains the same Your name came to… Continue reading

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“When a woman smile”

When a woman smile. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                                 When an woman smile My  heart stopped and my world become perfect. When your gift of your beautiful smile and laughter,… Continue reading

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~My Vision~

Wonderful words and thoughts by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.

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Dirty liitle secret-part two

Dirty little secret-part two Me and Liz walked the path where the boats docked by the river leading to the Lake St. Clair.  She took my hand and she interlaced them tightly and… Continue reading

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Tangle and vines

Originally posted on Havoc and Consequence:
I don’t want to go there anymore. The ivy lattices up my eyes. And the night is too dark. Please take this hand. Side steps the pools…

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When I’m Gone…

Originally posted on The Musing Quill:
When I’m gone… baby, walk the meadows, where the dew tickled our toes where we’d lie for hours consumed with love in that moment, I’ll be with…

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Insanity and Freedom

Originally posted on I am Lovely and Lonely and I Belong Deeply To Myself :
The mirrors image is fading Everything is so distorted now Were once pieces of a hopeful soul Now whispers…

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Dirty little secret-part one

Dirty little secret-part one A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. Dirty little secrets-part one She knew. The first time I saw her face. I loved her. Once in a private moment. I… Continue reading

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I CAN!

Originally posted on Sparkling Poems:
On thousands of faces, I CAN bring smile, For this, I don’t need to walk miles; What I can do is just look back and smile In every…

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Our South Africa

Originally posted on Debbie Gravett:
Happy Heritage day to my fellow South Africans You are black and I am white You are Indian and I am not You are Muslim and I am…

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