Monthly Archive: November, 2016

(NEVER Trump!)

I agree. He offended my heritage and he talked double talk.

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“Cigarettes, whiskey and you.”

Cigarettes, whiskey and you A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words coyotepoetrebloggedmahafsoun mahafsoun Cigarettes, whiskey and you I told you. My flawed and imperfect love. Destine places for the forgotten are the many… Continue reading

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I Honor You

Originally posted on Natural Mystic Arts:
All those who’ve come before me, All those who lead the way, All those who walked and danced and praised the Earth, So that I could be…

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Closed Your Eyes…

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

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Sing to me

Originally posted on Geetha Balvannanathan's Blog – Isis Tratum:
Sing to me 17 October 2016 Courtesy Carlos Quevedo ? Sing to me Of the night’s prayers Of dull eyes Shining bright When…

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Wuthering Waters

Originally posted on Geetha Balvannanathan's Blog – Isis Tratum:
Wuthering Waters 3 November 2016 Courtesy pinterest.com ? Stigmata Remnants of the blood Oozing free From my wrists Open palms where there were…

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Spread Awareness.

Originally posted on Our Autism Blog:
When you have had a hard afternoon, When bedtime cannot come too soon, When you are feeling sad and full of woe, When you feel you’ve reached…

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“The Stranger song”

The stranger song A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words The  stranger  song Pretty lady  asked  her old lover.  When did we become strangers? Once  we talked, danced and sang the whole night… Continue reading

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“Barefoot dreams”

Barefoot dreams A Story by Coyote Poetry Good places and friends make distance places good dreams in old age.      Barefoot dreams I met the Sergeant Major nightly at the Bowling alley, dance… Continue reading

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What have we done?

What have we done? A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words What have we done? I was raised with the Vietnam war alive and well. I joined at 17 years old in 1975. … Continue reading

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