Monthly Archive: December, 2017

Fusion

Amazing poetry by a talented writer.

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‘Expand and multiply’

Expand and multiply A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old wise tale. Old man with a heavy load was asked. Why did he carry so much? He smiled and told them. Life expands and… Continue reading

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Lessons

Lessons engraved into the mind and heart. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Life is learning to be wiser and kinder.                                 Lessons engraved into the mind and the heart. The hollow hours leave… Continue reading

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A Letter to Eros

Please read and enjoy the work of a talented writer.

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‘Stay with me’

Stay with me A Poem by Coyote Poetry Rare times in a life we can find comfort with another. We need to hold on till the dream disappears. Stay with me  I sip… Continue reading

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Wakenda Creek

Originally posted on Jerry Brotherton:
My dear friend Among your magnificent oaks Your ghostly willows Your towering maples I honed my youthful imagination I fought countless WWII battles Hunted for elephants in the…

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‘Lover, lover, lover’

Lover, lover, lover A Poem by Coyote Poetry Leonard Cohen song gave me reason to write. Burning desire Locked doors. Protected by the whispers of Leonard Cohen songs in the background. Love was… Continue reading

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‘Reflections’

Reflections A Poem by Coyote Poetry Words have great power. Use them well.                               Reflection Writers and Poets write reflections like a painter uses his gentle strokes to create permanent images of lingering… Continue reading

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You are in Paris

You are in Paris and I’m here A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words and thoughts.                         You are in Paris and I’m here I hurt myself again today and I allowed you… Continue reading

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Break me

Break me and make me feel alive A Poem by Coyote Poetry Need to find new limits and places. The new dances make the old memories seem less painful.                       Break me and… Continue reading

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