Monthly Archive: February, 2019

‘Truth or dare’

(Truth or dare A Poem by Coyote Poetry Take no chances. Have no adventures.)   Truth or dare   Life, my friend. A odd game that no-one can win. I do like the… Continue reading

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“Humble and kind”

Humble and kind   The old man sat by the St. Clair shore lake and he watched his grandchildren run and play. He had lived a long life and he knew, he knows… Continue reading

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Nikita Gill

Powerful and worthwhile poetry by a talented writer. View original post

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Those Days (A Spoken Word Poem)

Please read the amazing poetry of a talented writer.

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Consequences

     Consequences —————————————————————————————————————— I do love you, love you like the wild sea, love you like the California mountains. You and I. I am Lake Huron and you are the Pacific. We… Continue reading

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Lady of the lake

  Lady of the lake ——————————————————————————————- We loved the weeping willows trees by the lake, we loved the month of July and August. Once I wanted death and my lady of the lake, whispered… Continue reading

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Please stay all night with me.

Please stay all night with me She was my first storm I danced with. I loved how her long strawberry red hair moved when she danced by the Lake Superior lake. It was… Continue reading

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Deeper and deeper

Deeper and deeper we shall fall She looked at me with eyes of hope and she questioned me. “If you want me. You must tell me so. I want to hear the sweet… Continue reading

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Arturo’s tune

Originally posted on josephjameshunter:
Open eyes, curtain closed Silent sighs, endless roads Imagined scenes of imagined starts Bring you back to heart so dark Cest la vie, mon ami Say to me you…

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‘Lay lady lay’

Lay lady lay — She peeled her clothing off slow and easy like a stripper tempting a wanting man. She stood bare for me and I knew she wasn’t real, she looked into… Continue reading

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