Monthly Archive: April, 2020

Corona 2025- A scary tale

  Spanish flu- Estimates vary as to the total number who died. An estimate from 1991 says it killed 25 to 39 million people. A 2005 estimate put the death toll at probably… Continue reading

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Fire Witch

Originally posted on Bottled Metaphors:
Someone said,All the poems are never the sameSo I Locked my heart awayTo keep the secrets of words.Hallucinations remained in meFor the words I took everydayWhile my mouth…

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A Sunday prayer…

A Sunday prayer (Our world is quiet. The coronaviras create a new world. Old world wasn’t right. We learn the hard way. Boundaries mean nothing. I pray the new world, we learn. To… Continue reading

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passionfruit in november

Wonderful use of words. Please read. innocence abroad some grey dayswhen my soul isconsumed with wanderlusti remember ourbelated birthday dateat the sidewalk cafeand the scooter ridethrough crowded streetsi suppose we talkedand laughedthere in… Continue reading

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Inamorato; Heart Sounds in the Wind

Originally posted on Don MacIver; Moments:
Photo by James Marcom on Unsplash A love prose… ~ I walked along a wooded pathway, quietly echoing better times as branches and leaves rustled in a wandering wind tallgrass…

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Dear Melanie songs and a few words.

California   Johnnie hiding behind his paper and pen, once a great dreaming, once a great lover of the sea, once the wandering man, has lost his way. Now he is seeking Salinger’s… Continue reading

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Ocean.

Originally posted on Pseudopsychosis.:
dreams in the Sahara insanity in the flamenco acedia, I linger in the ocean floor, stripped in fertile silence as frost knows death better than I. the typhoon, the…

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Leftover wine…

 Leftover wine In Austin, Texas. Pretty woman confessed her sins to the bar room poet. He listen to her tales and he caught glimpses of soft tears falling for things that were in… Continue reading

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A mad man prayer…

A mad man prayer A Poem by Coyote Poetry A rewrite                                         A mad man… Continue reading

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Thank you for the dance…

Thank you for the dance My bare foot lady danced by the sea, the moon is above and the stars are lighting up the night sky. I watched her dance, joyfully and content… Continue reading

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