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Two poems by Sheila Jacob

Originally posted on Bonnie's Crew:
Why I’m not a G.I.’s daughter She didn’t mention his name or where they met, if he wooed her with candy, nylons, Saturday nights at the movies.…

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California

California A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words (Won’t be on line long. 20 May to 31 May. Michigan to California coastline. Coyote is going. Left California in 1994. Me and sea. Will… Continue reading

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‘I remember you

  A Poem by Coyote Poetry (Sometime we must return to the beginning. To find the missing person in the mirror looking back. ) I remember you.     The summer days were… Continue reading

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‘I adored you

I adored you   I loved you near and afar, I loved your soft voice and beautiful face. I stood near you and we held hands and shared drinks. We traveled California one… Continue reading

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I SHALL SERENADE

Originally posted on Erick Kitheka:
Tonight as you spend a night with your mothers Tonight while you are in your father’s “manyatta” Tonight as you are sat down to be taught on womanhood Tonight…

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Coyote spirit’

A Poem by Coyote Poetry Last dream is freedom. When it is gone. What is left??   Coyote spirit   (In Native American Myth. The Coyote was the joker. Laugh at life and… Continue reading

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Wildflower dreams’

Wildflower dreams A Poem by Coyote Poetry   (Good to be among the wildflowers. Free from life problems and trying to find the freedom we once held precious.)   Wildflowers dreams.   She… Continue reading

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A Better Place

Originally posted on Roxi St. Clair:
A Better Place © Roxi St. Clair

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‘The stranger song

The stranger song   Pretty lady asked her old lover. When did we become strangers? Once we talked, danced and sang the whole night through. Now we sit together. Your eyes had died… Continue reading

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You drove me to madness.

You drove me to madness   I remember the Summer days spend with you, my love. Hots day became hotter nights.   You were a ravishing and tempting beauty, you loved the sea… Continue reading

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