Monthly Archive: June, 2017

Chapter three-The Poet’s love

The Poet’s love-Paloma fight A Chapter by Coyote Poetry New chapter.                                   The Poet’s love-Paloma At the late Summer festival in Trujillo. Four friends found their reserved seats. Doctor Lawrence was treated with… Continue reading

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My Paloma

My Paloma A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                             My Paloma You and I. We knew the sacred fire of love once. You and I. We were like careless children whispering promises… Continue reading

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Life Is A Piano – Author Elizabeth Esguerra Castillo

Originally posted on Creative Talents Unleashed:
? Photo Credit: Pixabay.com ? ? Life Is A Piano ? Tune in to the rhythm of the times the tides dancing and chirping birds sublime Life’s…

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Permalink

Originally posted on Lover Writes:
Please read the work of a talented writer. Lover Writes View original post

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“The pureness of our reflections”

The pureness of our reflections A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words The pureness of our reflection Once we had the moon, the sun and the free road. You were my footprints into… Continue reading

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“If it be your will”

If It Be Your Will A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                If It Be Your Will My dear Winter love. I held you so tightly in the  long cold Winter days… Continue reading

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In bones and flesh..

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milky ways

Originally posted on whisperer2:
(Painting by Leonid Afremov) Dear,it is a simple Truth….. That ‘I love you’ It is simple..as…it was there forever, like the warmth of the sunlight. Dear,it is a pure…

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“Free bird”

Free bird A Poem by Coyote Poetry Ain’t no real freedom. Even the free bird need a place to rest. Free bird We built our love upon straw and paper. We didn’t know… Continue reading

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“Please come home to me”

Please come home to me A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just good song and story.                       Please come home to me I called… Continue reading

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