Category Archive: children

Thankful

            Thankful I saw my face  in the mirror at Chucky‘s Cheese. I was surprised to see a old man looking back. I was fifty one years old.… Continue reading

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A picture is worth a thousand words.

  (A photo found unclaimed on Writer’s cafe. It was famous once.  Don’t need   words to express the sadness.)           You are gone and I’m here   War,… Continue reading

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Dear Santa

MsJewel is a amazing Poet. I asked her could I post her poem here. She is a writer from the site “Writer cafe”.  It is Christmas. We need to be kind to the… Continue reading

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Just meat and tales of kisses

Just meat and tales of kisses A Poem by Coyote Poetry Quotes from Jack London book “When God laughs“ “Well, I have. He was like this beefsteak. You an’ me is eatin’. It… Continue reading

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God

God A Poem by Coyote Poetry God is in our heart. In what we say and do. God is not found in the church. It is how we look at life and how… Continue reading

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Lessons engraved into the mind and heart.

Lessons engraved into the mind and heart. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Life is learning to be wiser and kinder.                                 Lessons engraved into the mind and the heart. The hollow hour leave… Continue reading

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Everybody knows

Everybody knows A Poem by Coyote Poetry I awoke pissed off today. Then my Poet of music Leonard Cohen set me off to describe my emotion.    (I borrow a few lines from… Continue reading

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Thankful

                          Thankful I saw my face  in the mirror at Chucky‘s Cheese. I was surprised to see a old man looking… Continue reading

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Whiskey dreams are still the same

Whiskey dreams are still the same A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old dreams of youth I still hold on to. Not for me this time. For my children.          … Continue reading

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I remember you.

          I remember you (We can’t allow the small things to kill off all our hopes and dreams. Our children need to have something to reach for. If we… Continue reading

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