Monthly Archive: November, 2016

The prose of an immigrant

Worthwhile and good thoughts by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.

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Words of Wisdom…J. Raymond

Originally posted on DiAnne's Scribbles:
The following are some of the writings of J. Raymond I found on Pinterest. Obviously not written by me these fall into the “and then some” category…

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The Palm Spring Poetry Letter

Originally posted on sulkingwriter:
The Palm Springs Poetry Letter is back as a blog. I hope you enjoy it. The Palm Springs Poetry Letter was once published in Palm Springs, California. It was complimented by…

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Your face

Your face I love you, my beautiful woman. When I look into your eyes. I feel so small and loved. You are my wildflower dreams and my nightly sweet wish. Silk and satin… Continue reading

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A witness to life

Witness to life A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                      Witness to life I told people with my writing for many years. If the wars, don’t stop. War will come to our… Continue reading

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Soldier says…

Originally posted on Sparkling Poems:
This poem of mine is dedicated to all the BRAVE SOLDIERS who fight for peace… And protect their motherland at the cost of their lives… In the rain…

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Angel Blessings

Originally posted on Trisha Georgiou ~ Her Writing Life:
Ever since I was a little girl, I love to find shiny pennies. My Grandmother called them angel kisses. I always feel special when one…

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Memories of Promise

Originally posted on Merging Traffic:
If I encase myself behind impermeable walls of self-protection and rigidity, I run the risk of seeing the magic of life turn dry and brittle, eventually cracking into…

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“Quiet echos and secluded places”

Quiet echos and secluded places A Poem by Coyote Poetry We will hold many penances for things done and missed.                                Quiet echos and secluded places The coffee shop poet told the young… Continue reading

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The first time I saw your face

The first time I saw your face A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words The first time I saw your face I found lonely road and Godless heart. I was seeking good death… Continue reading

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