Monthly Archive: September, 2020

I saw a face….

 I saw a face I saw a face in the distance. A beautiful tempting face.The face brought back a sweet memory.Was once a sweet memory. She walked toward me and she embraced me… Continue reading

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No take-backs my friend…

No take-backs my dear friend. Young man in the dark tavern told the bar Poet. I broke a woman heart and I spoke cold and heartless words . I should of never said.… Continue reading

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Il parait que le temps file et disparaît si l’on ne s’en occupe pas.

Originally posted on La Page @Mélie:
Le temps n’est rien… Rien d’autre que l’idée que l’on s’en fait… Sable émouvant de nos pensées temps-taculaires : imparfait de l’indicatif, subjectif antérieur intérieur, infini,…

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Never dance with the Devil…

Never dance with the Devil…. You are so damn fine, yes you are. You are like Black Velvet whiskey, Straight, easy to drink and smooth as silky kisses and erotic dances at the… Continue reading

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bloom.

Originally posted on Lucy's Works and Co:
Art by Catrin Welz-Stein. Desert, her eyes are morsels to the jasmine and roses once grown from her wrists, between the flowers in each white…

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Love is like a flower garden…

Love is like a flower garden A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. (A Poem by Coyote PoetryWe forget sometimes to show love to the people who truly loved us.) Love is like a… Continue reading

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Long Poems: Tired

Originally posted on Depressed And Suicidal:
Powerful words and thoughts shared. Depressed And Suicidal View original post

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Love story poem and a beautiful song.

   Love story You were going to be a dancer, a poet, going to save our world. I was content to be in the reflection of your eyes. I told you often dear… Continue reading

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Too old, to die young…

Too old to die young, my friend. Once I held a 30-30 to my head, a blessed friend saved me. I have learned, now I have lived and I have learned.I am too… Continue reading

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Love, Loss, and Dancing Through It

Originally posted on Yesterday and today: Merril's historical musings:
Monday Morning Musings: Beat away the aching timein river blues, see serene, sublime Delaware River at Red Bank Battlefield in those rippling rhythms.…

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