Daily Archive: January 14, 2019

No mercy dear Elizabeth

No mercy dear Elizabeth   She found me alone by the St Clair lake and she wore a silky red dress. I saw her from a distance and I watched her walk quickly… Continue reading

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“Regards to a old memory”

(Regards to an old memory A Poem by Coyote Poetry A re-write.)   Regards to an old memory I know love is never fair, rarely an sweet memory. True love need perfect timing,… Continue reading

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I am still alive

I am still alive   She told me, soldier, bleed no-more. What is done, is done. Like a Hemingway story. Twisted roads lead to our proper place.   I looked at the dark… Continue reading

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Old photos, new photos

Photos of the heart. Love known, love never forgotten.   The lucky people have known love. Mentors by kind people. To honor our teachers. We must teach the children well. (My Grandparent)  … Continue reading

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Unexplained – #poetry – #JanuaryWriting

Originally posted on Night Owl Poetry – Dorinda Duclos:
I found myself, alone, floating across the sea In a tiny boat, I wondered what happened to me The water, crystal clear, sparkled, like…

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Big Sur, a teacher

Big Sur, a teacher Last great wish complete. Big Sur and Monterey, The Pacific was near, the noise of the sea gave me peace. I found my heart again, the man running in… Continue reading

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Great wisdom- Life isn’t us

  When we are young. We believe, life is us. Old age teaches us. We are part of life. Little one, first day of school. Taught me, we are just here to assist… Continue reading

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