Monthly Archive: October, 2021

The liar’s moon….

Liar’s moon A Poem by Coyote PoetrySometime we must pray for love.”                        Liar’s moon… The Coyote was quiet tonight, tranquil night allowed him… Continue reading

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The gales of Winter…

The gales of Winter… Lake or sea, the mighty water never sleep. When the sea is quiet, the lake is resting. Danger is near.  I believe, all of us, are like the long… Continue reading

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Let All Live As One

Originally posted on Hadel Poetry Prose Arts and Storytelling:
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Whiskey and Manuka Honey

Originally posted on You Lil Dickens:
Whiskey and Manuka Honey Tend to help the creative side of me Oh! Feeling a bit Hemingway today There’s no point trying to fight it, I always…

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Saving Amber- part three and four..

Saving Amber- part three A Chapter by Coyote Poetry“What hide in the dark. It will come out and hunt”                              … Continue reading

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Saving Amber- part one…part two…

Saving Amber- part one A Chapter by Coyote Poetry A story, part one.                         Saving Amber… Coyote and his baby coyotes were looking… Continue reading

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Halloween Santa….

Halloween Santa A Story by Coyote PoetryA Halloween tale.                          Halloween Santa… Grandpa told the boys. Stay away from the haunted farmhouse. Signs… Continue reading

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No shame in love…

No shame in love A Poem by Coyote PoetryLove is everything. Everything is love.                         No shame in love….. (Received some motivation from Ben Jonson) I confessed to the lonely moon, how beautiful and… Continue reading

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Come live with me and be my love…

Come live with me and be my love A Poem by Coyote PoetryI stole a line from the great writer Christopher Marlowe                                       Come live with me and be my love…. (Come live with… Continue reading

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You are my masterpiece….

 You are my masterpiece…. I saw you drinking and dancing alone. You were still as beautiful as in the Spring of 1978 when our eyes met for the first time. I remember you… Continue reading

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