The New York city lights

The New York city lights. A Chapter by Coyote Poetry A new chapter. Please enjoy I left Iraq in the Winter of 1992. I was sent to Fort Dix, New Jersey.  I took… Continue reading

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I can show you God

I can show you God A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just thoughts and things to ponder on                                   I can show you God The great search for God is fruitless for some. I… Continue reading

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When God laughs

When God laughs A Poem by Coyote Poetry I read Jack London book today “When God laughs.” It is a amazing book.           Quotes and words from a amazing writer Jack London and… Continue reading

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Poesy

Poesy A Poem by Coyote Poetry Thank you Dryden for your poetry. Gave me reason to write today. Poesy (For Dryden) True Poets dodge the fakeness of fame. They allow praise to fall… Continue reading

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The Medicine wheel.

The Medicine wheel A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old Native American wisdom. We need to gather as one people to save earth and all people.                … Continue reading

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Mercy

Mercy A Story by Coyote Poetry (A sad poem. We need more friends. More kindness.) Mercy Young black man. 22 year old. He sat alone and ate alone in the mess hall for… Continue reading

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A safe place

A safe place, a kind face, maybe?   Someone told the loneliest lady in the bar. Johnnie wanted to die alone, with Jack Daniel and Jim Beam as his only friends. She stood… Continue reading

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Top 10 Tips to make yourself Mentally Strong

Originally posted on Live Love Laugh:
We all pay utmost attention to being physically stronger and fitter. How many of us ever thought of our mental health?? Very few, right? But it is…

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Dear Michigan

Dear Michigan     I, once I ran from you and now I have found you again. You were once, my Michigan wish and dream. We danced in a un-holy love, hiding real… Continue reading

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Mercy, mercy me

  Mercy, mercy me We were Long Island ice teas and long talks. We were free-climbers of the free mountains and we loved dancing with the Pacific. You were the most beautiful woman,… Continue reading

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Don’t say nothing

Don’t say nothing Just be   You and I. We have known the storms of living and we have been the flowing rivers of love and kindness. We had many good days and… Continue reading

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“The lady in the black dress”

The lady in the black dress Dancing alone in a downtown Austin tavern with my empty Black Velvet whiskey bottle in my hands. Playing alone in the bone yard of long and shattered… Continue reading

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‘The sea and the chess game’

1993 2018 The sea and the chess game   Old Poet set-up the chess game and I opened the bottle of tequila. The old man had few friends. People see an old man… Continue reading

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The sea and dear California(Photos)

The sea and dear California   Took me 25 years to return to you. Big Sur and dear Monterey. I returned and I knew. I won’t be complete till me and the Pacific… Continue reading

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You forgave me

You forgave me   I remember us. We were something. I chased you till you couldn’t run no-more. I promised you the moon, I promised you an ancient love. Drinking aged wine and… Continue reading

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Nigeria: Thrusting Mother (Part 2)

Originally posted on An e-Paper Poetry of Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu:
Another time and, another moment Queues go long, for pressing thumbs and cards Propagandas turn jumbo jets in clouds, Whence it seems convincing,…

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