Monthly Archive: December, 2020

A Poem for 2021: Ring Out, Wild Bells by Alfred Lord Tennyson

Originally posted on Motivation for the World:
Happy New Year from Author Gary A. McAbee and Motivation for the World Ring Out, Wild Bells by Alfred Lord Tennyson Ring out, wild bells, to…

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Happy New Year my friends.

2020 is almost done. A new year will be born. We survived a hard year. I had great lost and I had a grand-daughter born in September. I pray the new year 2021… Continue reading

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Violence storms..

 The violence storms ————————————————————————————————————– Whiskey didn’t kill me and war befriended me. Wounded heart that blood-out, had nothing left to lose. Pretty Poet told me in Monterey. California sun, last blessing dear soldier.… Continue reading

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Be quiet dear lover..

Be quiet dear lover/ Quédate  The sky is grey and the sun is hidden behind the rain clouds in the early morning. You and I had traveled to Palma, Spain. The Germany Winter… Continue reading

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Arise New Year. Happy Phoenix Arose Too. You.

Originally posted on Our World Legends.:
? Symbols In Our World. Legends Tell Phoenix-Like Liked Also. All So Sunnily Like Our New. Year Yore Phoenix Does So. Arise. Ending 2020 In Deeds Done.…

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Three New Poems on I Write Her – The Short of It

Originally posted on Rum and Robots:
Photograph by Pexels/Pixabay – Poetry by Joni Caggiano Nature Changes  Hearts of love hang by spider silk, painting the rust-colored leaves,shedding old clothes as dying flowers bid…

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Good Riddance

Originally posted on Grace of the Sun:
I throw dense boulders on my past.Old kicks and punches,fractured mast. Tearing my heart to simple shreds,a gain in tears from which they fed. I throw…

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Yesterday…

Yesterday I am in the Fall of a life. Death whispered in my ear. Old heart and my tire soul seem to need and want less. Maybe I have given-in, given-up. Once I… Continue reading

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I called your name…

I called your name A Poem by Coyote PoetryJust words                            I called your name I called your name standing on the… Continue reading

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Celestial beauty..

Celestial beauty A Poem by Coyote PoetryJust words  Celestial beauty “He sees his love, and nothing else he sees.”—Thomas Campion You are my folly and my blessings.You are my perfect night and my sweetest… Continue reading

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