Daily Archive: September 22, 2017

“Jennifer”

  Jennifer A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. I found the poem in a 25-year-old journal. Had to re-written.   Jennifer I called my Jennifer from the pay-phone in downtown Monterey in… Continue reading

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Injustice hidden in justice 

Originally posted on beth tremaglio:
“All injustices began in the name of justice.”? There are moments when injustice will show as justice. As rumor spreads of a possible civil war in America through…

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She Is Nature

Originally posted on Opinionated Head:
She is nature The soft gentle breeze The very air you breathe And the drought, the hurricane Wiping good and evil All the same. Destruction without Discrimination Like…

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“2500 miles away from me”

2500 miles away from you A Poem by Coyote Poetry We hope distance and separation can make sadness forgotten. It doesn’t.                            2500 miles from you On a Winter day in 1989. We… Continue reading

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“A woman palms”

A woman palms A Poem by Coyote Poetry The hands of a woman. Teaches love and kindness. He who treat the woman with kindness. Can stand at God feet and know he had… Continue reading

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Moonlit Romance

Originally posted on MY VALIANT SOUL:
? ? ? ? image credits- Pinterest ? “Under your skin, the moon is alive”- Pablo Neruda My body has gone counting The twists and folds of…

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“The world is crying” Written in 1980

The world is crying A Poem by Coyote Poetry I found this poem in an old book. It is 37 years old.              The world is crying The world is crying. Like a… Continue reading

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