Some California poetry


Some California poetry

A Poem by Coyote Poetry

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Just words

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Dear Clinton, Michigan

You told me often.
Love wasn’t enough.
The heart become too hidden with time and age.

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California isn’t enough
I called you beautiful Jenny and I told you.
California coastline is so beautiful.
The Monterey sea will steal your heart and mind.
I sat near the dancing waves with clear sky, filled with the stars.
I whispered to the sea. Sweet Jenny.
Come to Monterey and be my love.
Make California our last stand to know love.
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Last stand
Last kiss, last wish.
First face remembered, last face wishing to be caressed and kissed.
You were my love and you were my hell.
Today I would stand the pain and misery of losing you.
If I could see your face and hold you near.

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                      Dear Jennifer
Lovely Jennifer.
The sea is near and I’m  drinking the tequila slowly.
The kind folks in California are kind to me.
I wish you were here with me.
Enjoying the warm days and Monterey.
Once you held me like your last breathe and
I didn’t know.
You were my last grasp at love.
Dear Jennifer. I do miss you so.
020_20

John castellenas/Coyote

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