“I called you name”


I called your name

A Poem by Coyote Poetry

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Just words and good music.

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I called your name

Beautiful lady is weeping for me. I departed for unknown destination. I didn’t know. First tears will take us to weight-full memories and places amidst lonely descended wants and needs.

She told me. I was mad with anger. Joined a war and would forget promises made. I would forget her face.

I didn’t know. Her first tears and last tears for me would mark me forever. Leave me with agonizing  grief, that would be learned when I returned home from my wars. Learning her bleeding heart found someone who would stay with her and entwine their two lives together.

I knew I soiled a sweet love. I had captive a sweet woman and left her for the gamble of war and the highway. She told me once. True love leave two people with the oneness in heart and mind. I love you so and I believe you love the wine and song more than me.

Dear woman knew.  I wanted the wine and song. I drink till I’m not drunk and I walk to the deep-sea.

I called your name and I know. You would not come.
Coyote/John Castellenas

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