Daily Archive: October 19, 2017

‘Hands of stone”

Hands of stone A Poem by Coyote Poetry Love make our hands of rock, soft and tender to the people we love and care for                                   Hands of stone Life is hard. Gentleness… Continue reading

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Poetic Translations: From the Aphorisms of Søren Kierkegaard

Originally posted on The Consolations of Writing:
What is a poet? An unhappy man who deep in his heart hides anguish, but whose lips are so comprised that when he screams he makes…

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Damn those eyes

Damn those eyes A Poem by Coyote Poetry Poem for a story                         Damn those eyes My life had no beginning, no ending till I saw you. You were so beautiful. You made… Continue reading

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“I called your name”

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… Continue reading

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Wanderlust

Originally posted on The Paths of the Spirit:
I have always felt like a migratory bird in September – Helplessly consumed By an inscrutable pull Driving me to throw myself Into flights across…

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