Monthly Archive: December, 2016

“Blame not the kiss

Blame not the kiss A Poem by Coyote Poetry Long Summer days bring hope and dreams of hope.                           Blame not the kiss The pen and paper cannot give justice to your beautiful… Continue reading

Rate this:

The Christmas lady~by Nutan Sarawagi

Originally posted on OUR POETRY CORNER:
? Inspired by my poetfriend Ron DuBour ? The Christmas lady ************* She is the Christmas lady dressed in coat of red a mink cap placed on…

Rate this:

Unchaste Sonnet No. 7

Please read the amazing poetry by a talented writer.

Rate this:

Dreamer

Originally posted on forgottenmeadows:
? For you were a dreamer… in the winter afternoon you looked up to the clear skies and stepped on fresh snow and followed that wisp of thought and…

Rate this:

How The Sun Rose

Amazing poetry by a talented writer.

Rate this:

Once upon a deadly beauty.

Please read the amazing words of a talented writer.

Rate this:

“TRANQUILITY”

Please read the work of a amazing writer.

Rate this:

“WAKE…”

Originally posted on Ellie belfiglio:
Endless darkness envelops me. It covers me, It oppresses me! Within the dark, my thoughts run rampant; With voices disembodied. They tire me, really tire me! They frighten…

Rate this:

“Grandmother hope and wishes”

Grandmother hope and wishes. A Poem by Coyote Poetry I lost my Ojibwa Grandmother in 1981. She had a hard life. You would never know. She loved her children and wanted them to… Continue reading

Rate this:

Grandmother chant

Ojibwa Grandmother chant A Poem by Coyote Poetry I lost my Ojibwa Grandmother in 1981. I tried to be like her. Children must know freedom and not be afraid of life.                                      Ojibwa… Continue reading

Rate this: