Love letters never send

Love letters never send
A Poem by Coyote Poetry
Just words


Love letters never send

Old  man wrote a letter. He wrote “My dear love.”

What we don’t do. These are the  memories that will break our heart forever. You and I. Maybe loco and a bit of  tomfollery. You wanted wide open country and I wanted to blessed by your kind and loving eyes. I prayed to the heartless Gods. Make me know your sweet kisses and to know your kind voice. The great sea separate us and I  wished I was a braver man. I want to kiss your beautiful face and to tell you. Love is life and life is love. You are my everything and my last wish.


Wishes and words. Just myth and tale when we accept less. In sweet dreams. You and I are drinking gin and dancing with the Pacific waves on the South America coastline. You and I. Hemingway and Agnes with a perfect ending. We didn’t allow life to keep us apart.

Your beautiful photos and sweet words made a sleeping man believe. Love is life and life is love. You are so far from me and I want a Jack London’s adventure with you. To roam to a new and unknown place. You and I. I want to be near the sea and  to be with you, bare and true. I want you to laugh and dance like the free wildflowers near the Pacific ocean.

Good night sweet lady. Remember the moon and the sun rarely touch. Maybe love is support to be the same. For us to accept less. You told me. I love you dear Johnnie. I want you to know. I love you more.