Monthly Archive: March, 2017

Me, You, and the Beach, A Sonnet

Originally posted on Amor Vincit Omnia:
Me, You and the Beach   Come saunter and take my hand, As we walk along the beach, Carve our initials in the sand, As the waves…

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Scared Medusa, again

Please read and enjoy the work of a talented writer.

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Please stay with me my love

Please stay with me my love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Please stay with me my love Once upon a life. I knew us. Dear Suzy. You were so perfect. So… Continue reading

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La Dolce Vita

Originally posted on arwenaragornstar:
I’m in the mood for a frothy kind of moment, wading into the Trevi fountain at dawn while early tourists gawp and the water rolls off my skin sweetened…

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Kingdom

Originally posted on Songs From the River:
Kingdom I want to go back to the homelands I don’t even know exactly why My ancestry here goes back 200 years But my spirit still…

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she

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…

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Dear Michigan

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

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“Nothing last forever”

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

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Don’t Paint Me

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…

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“No shame in love”

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

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