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Beguiled

Originally posted on Lola's Garden:
A spray of saltwater Touches her lips, It’s taste familiar And Intoxicating. The waves Of the ocean Gently caress Her limbs, As balmy breezes Whisper erotic Thoughts…

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Reason

Originally posted on These Things I Write:
No reason for worry But waiting as if stranded on some remote isle staring at pink sunsets marking time desperately watching moons wax and wane, unblinking,…

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Lucy

Originally posted on Daniel Swearingen:
Lucy walks the garden, grey hair bouncing off her high bare back. The moon above the stormy waters, taking breath from all that’s lacked. Come to me she…

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For Dryden-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 fake-ness of fame. They allow praise to… Continue reading

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Ardent.

Originally posted on Original-Dante:
Relentless eye contact with that dot From where it starts, it draws a line My dreams: the dot, the line: my path; Naturally, I follow, proceeding to control Making…

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My secret life

My secret life I was your boss and teacher once. We shared hours in a locked building. I adored your long legs and auburn hair. Your perfect body unable to be hidden, made… Continue reading

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#EarthDay – Renewal

Originally posted on Booknvolume:
Immanuel Kant b 1724 He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment…

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Dark days of Texas-part three

Dark days of Texas- Berserker Kurt- part three A Chapter by Coyote Poetry New chapter                                Dark days of Texas- Berserker Kurt. Berserker Kurt walked in silence and slowly toward the China Inn.… Continue reading

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“The Sunrise”

Originally posted on Signs Sighs Sights:
“The Sunrise”, 2015-2017, Yuriy Ku Drop The Sunrise — Sire — compelleth Me — Because He’s Sunrise — and I see — Therefore — Then — I…

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My Earth day poem- Ojibwa Grandmother chant

Ojibwa Grandmother chant A Poem by Coyote Poetry I lost my Ojibwa Grandmother in 1981. I tried to be like her. Children must know freedom and not be afraid of life.                                       … Continue reading

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