Daily Archive: June 5, 2022

Stealing a Kiss

Originally posted on Best Accessible Free-Verse Poems:
A toe in the water with Mistletoe Mistletoe is a parasitic flowering plant. It grows on the branches of pecan, hickory, oak and red maple trees.…

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Your love, like heroin…

Your love, like Heroin… Lace and silk, whiskey and sin, pain and misery we loved. I loved to watch you paint your beautiful face and I told you. You are a natural beauty.… Continue reading

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I had a dream, I had a good dream…

I had a dream, I had a good dream. A Story by Coyote Poetry  My dream poetry. Dryden, Donne, Hemingway, London, Kosinski, Bukowski and Ben Jonson came to me in my dreams last night. … Continue reading

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Poetry: Saying Goodbye

Originally posted on Bridgette Tales:
The Waldorf school my daughter graduated from last week names each class after a tree. That tree becomes the class name, a symbol to rally the class together…

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Please read and pass-on.. When the blind men and the blind women lead us.. Time for change.

When the blind men and women lead us… A Poem by Coyote Poetry  June poetry number five. So many people need help in the USA. Need help from the fat politician in Washington D.C.… Continue reading

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The lucky and the crazy…

The lucky and the crazy. A Poem by Coyote Poetry  I lived on the coastline of California for three years. No better place to be.               The lucky and the crazy… We danced by… Continue reading

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Spending time with Tom Jones and a few words.

I am growing old and I know now what life is. My grandfather told me often. “Nothing good to say. Say nothing. Better to hold silence than to create a unrepairable situation. ”… Continue reading

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