Daily Archive: March 14, 2021

She wore flowers in her hair…

She wore flowers in her hair A Poem by Coyote PoetryA re-write  She wore flowers in her hair I have descended to scattered dreams and I lost my place in life,I decide a trip… Continue reading

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Katy Claire Funke Sunday song.

Please befriend dear Katy Claire Funke. A talented, beautiful and wonderful young woman. Go to her YouTube and give her some love.

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A million stars to see my lover…

A million stars to see my lover A Poem by Coyote PoetryAll of us begin strangers. A wise man had many friends and family by his side.(Live fast. Died young. Be wild. Have fun.  … Continue reading

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You …

Originally posted on Scribbled Verse:
You … You have soothed the stinging nettles away,your breath a balm,your whispers soft as the oceans’ spray. You have unmasked the spurious charade,your hair a canopy,your love…

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Susan’s last letter

Originally posted on Björn Rudbergs writings:
My dearest John,I cannot tell how much I wept, how hard it is for meto sleep imagining your shell-shocked comrades crying, mud-reeked in your gangrene-boredomof November rain,but I know of…

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My Mother’s Hands

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
A repost of an old poem in honour of Mother’s Day here in the UK… perhaps more poignant this year than ever… ? I see…

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Dear April…

 Dear April… (Almost Spring my friends.)Promises of warm days was you, April, I am waiting for the sunny days and the blooming of the Spring flowers. You have been my December and January… Continue reading

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Did I ever love you…

 Did I ever love you?…. Dying,lying,needing,Bleeding. Pretty Poet, she sang her words sweet and sadly to willing listeners at the Poetry reading in Monterey coffee shop. Love is just myth and tale,love is… Continue reading

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