Category Archive: anti-war

Like a river and some quotes.

My grandfather told me. What we didn’t do. Haunt our life and dreams…….. ———A happy life is making time for morning coffee talk, long walks on a quiet beach, dancing with someone you… Continue reading

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Imagine there no war, no violence

Dear child     The world weeps blood. Whole world blinded by hate and separation. Who will tell the child? He was born with no chance or opportunity. Born to learn to survive… Continue reading

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Detroit and riots

Detroit.   Once 2 million strong. The cars being made in the great city of Detroit. Mix of all people, working hard and doing well. The riot of 1967 and 1968. Did it… Continue reading

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Ayla Nereo song and poetry for nature/peace.

  The earth, the sky and the water   I found my Apache friend at the Fort Hood entrance.  I brought him some fruit and some coffee. He saw the sadness in my… Continue reading

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Locked and loaded…

Locked and loaded A Poem by Coyote Poetry War. What is it good for? Nothing.                                       Locked and loaded The old Soldiers knows. The madness of youth was the temptation of sweet wine and… Continue reading

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Our world…

Our world A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                                       Our world One earth and people,… Continue reading

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If I had magic…

If I had magic   Johnnie walked the California Fault line alone once. Looking for a ancient and holy place. The desert mountain hard and her natural beauty. Perfect place to hide the… Continue reading

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Last person standing….

Last person standing A Poem by Coyote Poetry (Not a happy prose poem. A poem to create logic and question my friend. We are walking on a dangerous edge. Nuclear Winter, new sickness and… Continue reading

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Do the fallen remember?…

  Do the fallen remember? I remember my father, held on to the rum and he held on to the memories of the Korean war blood. I would stay-up with him and I… Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr. day. January 20

As a boy. I heard Martin Luther King Jr. speak in Detroit. He spoke with the thunder of hope. Please remember the man of honor, the man of peace.

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