Monthly Archive: January, 2021

Spring Equinox…

Spring Equinox A Poem by Coyote PoetryWaiting for Spring                            Spring Equinox Winter cold touch was needed. Needed frost for the apples,… Continue reading

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Yvonne Elliman and some Michigan poetry.

Once a pretty Iron Mountain girl, we tasted love kiss, did slow dances for the moon and we reached for the midnight stars. She was a lovely wish, never forgotten. ————————————————— I told… Continue reading

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Soon, it will be Warm Enough to Open Windows

Originally posted on Life Lessons From Around the Dinner Table:
bless the men with the wounds so heavy they bleed from the spears in their sides, driven in their ribs by their own…

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My Michigan dream…

My Michigan dream… “Hush my sweet baby, don’t you cry. I am here, I shall never leave you, when the chills of the night come, I shall keep you warm and safe. You… Continue reading

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The Iron Mountain song…

The Iron Mountain song. A Story by Coyote PoetryJust some words. The Iron Mountain song I have finished my journey and I drove to Iron Mountain. Been 30 years since I saw her face… Continue reading

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One more time…

One more time… Should I stay or should I go?Should we create a fire, we cannot put out.I whispered sweet baby, just one more time. Just one more kiss and just one more… Continue reading

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Just love- A soldier story

Just love- A soldier story This night I was in Washington State at Fort Lewis. I was in the NCO(Non-commission officer) school. 8 weeks of training to be a leader.  It was a… Continue reading

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Some mercy now…

 Some mercy now… Just a man, he had worked and he had worked. Yesterday man, sat by the Clinton river, He loved the sun on his face. He prayed to the falling sun,… Continue reading

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figures (fathers and otherwise)

Originally posted on Everything to Nothing:
The ticking clock was my enemy as a childI knew that as the gears turned and the seconds elapsedAs my breath was taken in exhilarated laughterInhaling the…

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Never again. Nie wieder. Plus jamais…

Never again. Nie wieder. Plus jamais. (The old man spoke with tears in his eyes.He told me it must never happen again.He  told me he watched his brothers and parent walk into death… Continue reading

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