Monthly Archive: January, 2018

Now and forever

Now and forever A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words to her. Now and forever Old soldier, a dying man drank alone. He returned home after 10 years of war, travel and sin.… Continue reading

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‘Bad to the bones”

Bad to the bones A Poem by Coyote Poetry Good music took me to good days and places. Bad to the bones (Written in 1989 rewritten today) I’m going crazy. I don’t know… Continue reading

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‘Free-falling’

Free-falling A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. Free-falling (A unforgettable muse) Once we were the crazy ones. We believed in love and we believed in forever. We were sweet Summer red wine… Continue reading

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Winter love

My Winter love Pretty German girl whispered to me sweet and tender words at the German tavern. Dear Johnnie. Only wine become better with time and people who dance on nails and lies.… Continue reading

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You saw, You never witness 

Originally posted on Shreds:
You saw, A girl wearing a dress so red You turned her into poetry With words of a wishful thinking Though completely unknown Of her life and love You…

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High

Originally posted on Megha's World:
I’m breathing you in and exhaling out taking puffs of you and making clouds. I’m drunk on you intoxicated by your love with wine-stained lips I’m calling out…

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A summation of a little life

Originally posted on TheFeatheredSleep:
The soul of solace Always surprised As if some spectator diety laughed at the absurdity of prediction? For mortal souls Never expected … solace often follows despair Down a…

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“Sleeve of Silk” – Nayana Nair

Originally posted on it rains in my heart:
An ornament blue that reminded me of your eyes. The sleeve of silk that had finally felt like mine. The black of my eyes, the…

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‘Sweet bondage’

Sweet bondage. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Many kinds of beauty. Elixir of the sweet kiss and to get lost in the eye of the woman with the sea in her clear blue… Continue reading

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Dear Autumn Christine

Dear Autumn Christine A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Dear Autumn Christine I remember when I saw you standing alone and I went to you. I told you. You are so damn… Continue reading

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