Monthly Archive: December, 2017

‘A witness to life’

A witness to life A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                          A witness to life I left the Army in 2000. I wanted to see my kids grow-up. Good friends didn’t. Old… Continue reading

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Lessons I Would Teach My Younger Self

Great wisdom share by a talented writer.

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‘Just dance’

Just dance A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Source:treehugger52(Thank you Tumblr) 505 notes Just dance Hold me close, hold me sweet. Allow my face to fall into your  hair and the essence… Continue reading

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‘Fever’

Fever A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words            Fever I told her.” Love don’t die sweetie. Love is like the German wines, become more sweeter and tastier with time.” Tonight you are… Continue reading

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‘I’m no-one and you are everything’

I’m no-one. You are everything A Poem by Coyote Poetry When we love someone more than our-self. We have known real love.                        I’m no-one. You are everything Old wise men know. The… Continue reading

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Lovers, murderers and the damn memories.

Lovers, murderers and the damn memories A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. Dear December The war couldn’t kill me and I returned home in 1992 and I called you. A sweet voice… Continue reading

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“Dear Michigan”

Dear Michigan A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                         Dear Michigan —- Treasure memories Dark taverns, strong drink and I’m thinking of you. Pretty Austin, Texas girl with strawberry red hair sitting… Continue reading

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‘Dear Angela”

Dear Angela A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words and memories                       Dear Angela A pretty girl sat with me by the sea and she whispered to me. “You know who I’m and… Continue reading

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Swept

Please read and enjoy the work of a talented writer.

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“Bad love”

Bad love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Poem written in 1994 with a re-write Bad love I felt the darkness of the night overtaking the lights of the day. Stealing away the gentleness… Continue reading

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