Monthly Archive: November, 2018

Painting Her

Originally posted on Midwest Fantasy Writes:
He painted her stroke by stroke making love to canvas like he made love to her adoration for lines and soft curves reverence for skin’s colors light…

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Happy Thanksgiving and a poem.

(The sweetest things A Poem by Coyote Poetry Life is simple. Respect people. Religion should be private. Stay positive.)   The sweetest thing I have seen so many mysteries and seen so much… Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving and a poem.

(Souvenirs A Poem by Coyote Poetry. The simple items we hold special in old age.)   Souvenirs.   An old box filled with simple gifts, shiny stones from the Big Surf, sea shells… Continue reading

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Poetry for nature

(Short poems for nature. A Poem by Coyote Poetry We need to protect nature and the free animal of the earth and the sea.) Mother Earth   Her dress is of the green,… Continue reading

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‘If I knew’

(If I knew A Poem by Coyote Poetry If we knew the future. Would we have done things differently?)   If I knew   If I knew yesterday was our last day together,… Continue reading

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A wish and a prayer

“Yemen war: 5,000 children dead or hurt and 400,000″   Compared to 22 other high-income nations, the United States’ gun-related murder rate is 25 times higher. And, even though the United States’ suicide… Continue reading

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Tone: Angels and butterflies

Originally posted on Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu e-Paper Poetry:
I don’t know What you see in me That makes you love me… But all I know Is I get so high When you hold…

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These Days 

Originally posted on Everything I Never Told You:
This current political climate is akin to living with a loaded gun in your mouth every day. You wonder if pulling the trigger would lead…

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In the feathered sound of the sea

Wonderful poetry by a talented writer.

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‘Locked and loaded’

(Locked and loaded A Poem by Coyote Poetry War. What is it good for? Nothing.) Locked and loaded The old Soldiers knows. The madness of youth was the temptation of sweet wine and… Continue reading

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