Monthly Archive: May, 2018

Wildflower dreams’

Wildflower dreams A Poem by Coyote Poetry   (Good to be among the wildflowers. Free from life problems and trying to find the freedom we once held precious.)   Wildflowers dreams.   She… Continue reading

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A Better Place

Please read and enjoy the work of a talented writer.

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‘The stranger song

The stranger song   Pretty lady asked her old lover. When did we become strangers? Once we talked, danced and sang the whole night through. Now we sit together. Your eyes had died… Continue reading

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You drove me to madness.

You drove me to madness   I remember the Summer days spend with you, my love. Hots day became hotter nights.   You were a ravishing and tempting beauty, you loved the sea… Continue reading

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Sweet hello and deadly goodbye’

Sweet hello and deadly goodbye   Hello dear Brigitte. I still remember us. You were my brightness on the a sunny days and the light of hope in the mist of darkness. You… Continue reading

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‘Shipwreck memories.

Shipwreck memories A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. Shipwreck memories   The irony of a long life. We will know joy and sadness. We will have good days and bad days. We… Continue reading

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Dear Angela’

Dear Angela   A pretty girl sat with me by the sea and she whispered to me. “You know who I’m and what I do. And you stayed with me. All I know… Continue reading

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‘My greatest regret was you

My greatest regret was you     Dear Lizzy, my beautiful Liz. Honey, sweetheart and my love. Where are you now? Once we drank the Long Island ice tea and laughed at the… Continue reading

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One and Done

Originally posted on Poetry Of An Aspergian:
Advocate for me Please remember who we used to be And what we could’ve been You were a mere conquest at first Trying my hand at…

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Talkin’ Death in Gaza Blues

Originally posted on Scribbled Verse:
art by banksy Talkin’ Death in Gaza Blues … So, if you want to really know, what a mother’s agonised scream sounds like, take a walk in Gaza…

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