Monthly Archive: December, 2019

Just might.

Just might She gave me a kind smile as we danced the Texas two-step. She whispered in my wanting hears. “Dear Johnnie. People are foolish. They long to stay and long to escape… Continue reading

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Prayer for awakening

Originally posted on The world according to RedCat:
Call upon whatever power you desireDivine or human higher self to suit your tasteGo at it with heart, mind, soulHope, work, prayFor humanity to uniteEvolve…

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Some quote and almost 2020

Quotes and thoughts about peace and war A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words ” Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding. Albert Einstein” “An eye for an eye… Continue reading

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Love words of a mad man.

Love words of a mad man A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words 1-Break me   Please break me and  make me bleed. Show me I’m alive. Make me die and bring me back… Continue reading

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The illusion, A Ojibwa prayer

 THE ILLUSION, A Ojibwa prayer I told the pretty poet. I have too much now. I would give away if I could. Sell the car, sell the house and keep a few books… Continue reading

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The “Medicine wheel”

  Wisdom of the Medicine wheel   I have been  lucky.  Many kind Native Americans took me under their wing and taught me how to find peace. At the Mall I went to… Continue reading

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Lost

Amazing poetry by a talented writer.

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Dear Fabiola

Dear Fabiola     (Now nothing remains the same)   Your name came to me late in the midnight hour, brought back the canvas of your perfect body, your kind smile and your… Continue reading

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The Bean and The Farmer

Originally posted on Festival King:
I am the bean; I am the farmer…  The bean Planted in the earth giving birth to new possibility, First rotting from the inside out It dies to…

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You are my poetry.

 You are my poetry Forlorn love, treasured memories. You used to read poetry to me by the candle light. You were my heavenly voice, sweet songs when life became too hard. Once we… Continue reading

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