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I adore you

I adore you A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                       I adore you Perfect beauty resting in my arms and I whispered a quiet prayer. “I love your face. I love hearing… Continue reading

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“The lulls of your lullaby”

The lulls of your lullaby A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words coyotepoet             The lulls of your lullaby I thirst for darkness, not light. I seek wild dances, not the shade of… Continue reading

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“Cocoa beach”

Cocoa beach A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old places and old memories Cocoa beach I received a phone call. Sweet Peggy called and asked. “Please come to see me. I live in Cocoa… Continue reading

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MEMORY of YOUR FACE

Originally posted on NUCLEARMIND es PLUS ANIMI EST …:
Burnt onto the pages of my ancient history, is the story of our love; a spiritual decree. Penned onto the memory of my simple, fleeting…

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He Knows

Originally posted on Wet Bliss:
The sheer beauty Isn’t in her clothes, no It’s in secrets she holds The ones held close In the fibers of her soul Rarely ever exposed, But He’s…

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An Odd To Ada Lovelace

Originally posted on lovelyricism:
Countess of Lovelace How sweet and beautiful was the fountain of your heart A name that captures all the proliferation of a morning sunlight The sweet taste of melancholia…

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Poetry

Five short poems. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                                War The war is over. The guns locked away. The soldiers are resting. Youth and eyes burned out by war. No-one won.… Continue reading

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You and I?

You and I? A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. You and I? A long time ago. We had the same hope and dreams.  We found each other again, drowning in old regret… Continue reading

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Wonderwork

Originally posted on Poet Girl Em:
A new old bench I’ve never sat on before Hugged the creek in bare wood and lore Worn plaque engraved in memory of Jared Overlooking the meandering…

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After Hours: Haven

Originally posted on Go Dog Go Café:
we are often just ships passing by during the frenetic work week our sleep/wake cycles not in sync ruminating silently in the night hours over our…

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