Monthly Archive: December, 2017

A poet & a lover

Originally posted on Wanderer:
A poet & a lover, With a pen & a paper. Full moon mystery, And firefly lights. Rethinking, Soul confession. Send me a sign, Am I in the right…

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“I try to remember”

I try to remember A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old poetry with are-write. Written in 1992/rewritten in 2014                         I try to remember I tried to remember the curves of your body.  Us… Continue reading

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“Blame not the kiss”

Blame not the kiss A Poem by Coyote Poetry Long Summer days bring hope and dreams of hope.                           Blame not the kiss The pen and paper cannot give justice to your beautiful… Continue reading

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OLD SOUL

Originally posted on R.M. ENGELHARDT:
OLD  SOUL An old jukebox is playing Tom Waits as the smell of beer And cigarette smoke Permeates the bar The patrons, the drinkers Are old and…

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Just questions my friend

Just questions my friend A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Just questions my friend December is here again. Two of my grandchildren are sleeping at 4 am in the morning. A school… Continue reading

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Sandpiper

Originally posted on House of Heart:
There is a bird whose wings are the color of rainbows. When he grieves his song is the is the sigh of a summer storm. His laughter…

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