Monthly Archive: June, 2020

Truth or Fools Gold?

Originally posted on Roth Poetry:
Finding truth in today’s world is like panning for gold. We gather our pan full of sand our minds swirling around; Washing out the stones and gravel sifting…

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Minute Four

Needed words for today. poem elf Day four of commemorating the last moments of George Floyd’s life: What Do We Do—Now by Ellen Hagan —after Gwendolyn Brooks We mourn, we bless, we blow,… Continue reading

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Payment due…

Payment due A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                               Payment due The year 1991, late Winter. I finished my… Continue reading

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Sin, gin and the skin

Sin, gin and the skin…       We were the Tuesday night poets, we shared our words with the writers and the poets, we shared words with the lonely at the Irish… Continue reading

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The lull of the lullaby

The lull of your lullaby           I thirst for darkness, not light. I seek wild dances, not the shade of real love that will fade. I want the divine… Continue reading

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The Waterfall of Memories

Originally posted on The Waves of Poetry:
Your whisper haunts me through the night and in the light of day – The waterfall of memories devours its breathless prey. Beware! The languid turquoise…

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My Summer day wish, my Fall moon blessing…

 My Summer day wish, my Fall moon blessing ————————————————————————————————————————- In your eyes, I saw the sea, I saw a miracle in those eyes of golden brown, you took my hands and I knew.… Continue reading

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Autumn,

Originally posted on According to Meron:
Where the inevitability of change Comes clear to the eyes Through the changing colors Of the leaves and skies Where the trees can’t convince their leaves to…

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Mystery and wonder…

Mystery and wonder A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                               Mystery and wonder It was a Germany warm Summer,… Continue reading

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Passageway

Amazing verbal poetry and written words.

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