Daily Archive: February 24, 2019

Desert Flower

Originally posted on Emily Heron Poetry:
I was your desert flowerAs you used to call meWhen you used to call meWishing me goodnightTelling me you loved me I called you onceI called you…

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Soldier’s poetry

What is left? The dead will not rise. War steal the best from us, who remember the people in the mass graves? Children cry, Soldier die Old friend you were killed in Iraq,… Continue reading

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Permalink

Originally posted on The Catharsis of a Poet:
Love like the silken strands, From the ancient mulberry tree, Winding you and your beloved, Into a cocoon on a summer’s day, Doesn’t exist. Love…

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My Ojibwa Grandmother chant

Ojibwa Grandmother chant     A Poem by Coyote Poetry I lost my Ojibwa Grandmother in 1981. I tried to be like her. Children must know freedom and not be afraid of life.  … Continue reading

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Just passing through

Passing through A poet and writer exchanging words and thoughts. The Coffee house poet told the writer, we can never win. Jack London once wrote. “The gods always win. Men believe they can… Continue reading

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Illumination

Originally posted on WORDS IN THE LIGHT:
shadow in quest of light orphan seeking signs the Sea touches my heart the Wind carries my soul I rise above the clouds and the Moon…

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Michigan

Michigan Once I tried to escape my Michigan. I touched the four corners of the USA and I returned home. I needed the four seasons. The Rivers, the Great lakes, peaceful Winter and… Continue reading

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