Daily Archive: March 9, 2017

Dream keeper

Originally posted on lamarrwenrich:
? His words are loud in my mind Etched in my heart pressed on my soul.. he trusts me with his life – his heart mind & soul cry…

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Cover me with your sin

Originally posted on Siren Whispers:
Cover me with your sin Fingers threaded through with mine Held aloft Pressed upon soft white sheets Stark against flesh flushed pink With arousal With exertion . Cover…

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Gilded cage

Originally posted on Siren Whispers:
It was a gilded cage not of her design. For years she sang a song unheard. Hoping its beauty would touch his heart, his soul. That he would…

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“Reflection”

Reflections     A Poem by Coyote Poetry Words have great power. Use them well.                               Reflection Writers and Poets write reflections like a painter uses his gentle strokes to create permanent images… Continue reading

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“NEVER LET GO”

Originally posted on Ellie belfiglio:
We watched each other, only with a sideways glance Our emotions played tug of war, as we denied the Strength of our trust in each other But the…

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A lullaby

A lullaby A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words-old words written in 1978 with new view on life. A lullaby Old man memories become sweeter with time and distance. The old man wondered… Continue reading

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The parable of Celia.

Parable of Celia A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.   Parable of Celia   She sat alone by the peaceful St Clair lake. Her pale legs and bare feet being sun-kissed by… Continue reading

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SHE.

Originally posted on Or_di_Neri:
The skin she wears The blood she bleeds The colour of her hair The callous on her feet The scars of living The lines of faith The…

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I Know…..

Originally posted on These Sacred Scars:
I know… You wrote his name on the inside of your thighs, hid his kisses underneath your breast. I know… You caught freedom in the air and…

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Dear Cheryl

Dear Cheryl A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                                 Dear Cheryl Where are you my sweet lady blue? You were so damn pretty and you begged for my attention. You were muse… Continue reading

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