Monthly Archive: November, 2018

Poem: Siren Song – by Katharine Jones

Please read and enjoy the work of a talented writer.

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Season

Originally posted on One Word at a Time:
We read there is a season for everything And we read more, pray more, To try to understand If we need to wait, to be…

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Lunanite

Originally posted on The Larkspur Horne:
Moon weeps through a mare, the roses of her angry birth flowed like beaming wine and so slit her rind, her regolith grey poison. Now, I know…

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‘Just whispers to Lake Huron’

Just whispers to the Lake Huron You came to me in a yesterday memory and you told me Johnnie. Can’t wait no-more. You have too much to love and to embrace. I’m just… Continue reading

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‘The lullaby’

(The lullaby A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.)   The lullaby The old poet sang a lullaby to the sea. A lullaby, a sensual woman whispered to me once on a warm… Continue reading

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‘Bad love’

Bad love   I felt the darkness of the night overtaking the lights of the day. Stealing away the gentleness that is left in me. The once sweet memories had turn to a… Continue reading

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The ambrosia of the kiss and the touch

(The ambrosia of the kiss and the touch A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.) The ambrosia of the kiss and the touch   We had pretty places, ancient city and the Swiss… Continue reading

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I hate you, I love you   I try to escape you, I try to flee your memory. I repeat secret words in hidden places in my mind. I hate you, I love… Continue reading

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In the Black (spoken word)

Originally posted on Kindra M. Austin:
A poem from Constant Muses ?

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The lazy days of Fall.

The Fall and you The lazy days of Fall had left me with you. Just a swing and your laughter near. Dear Nature was fading and your sweet voice told me. I love… Continue reading

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