Originally posted on lois e. linkens:
she was in possession of a little more than her male counterparts. she was different, she had a little extra – a little something that they did…
Dear Michigan A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Dear Michigan —- Treasure memories Dark taverns, strong drink and I’m thinking of you. Pretty Austin, Texas girl with strawberry red hair sitting… Continue reading
Nothing last forever A Poem by Coyote Poetry We learn the value of words with life. Sometime words can be forgotten and dismissed. Nothing last forever (Written on March 6, 1989 I… Continue reading
Originally posted on WordMusing:
. So Mr Constable, da Vinci, Renoir will you paint me in a tradition of oils striking, bold, acrylic or softly softly in colours of water? Please don’t paint…
No shame in love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Love is everything. Everything is love. No shame in love (Received some motivation from Ben Jonson) I confessed to the lonely moon,… Continue reading
Humble and kind A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Humble and kind The old man sat by the St. Clair shore lake and he watched his grandchildren run and play. He had… Continue reading
Originally posted on penned in moon dust:
In the mirror of a water bucket I see: A blur of color children with bright hearts flames cannot douse courage little girls pump, pump, pump…
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