Category Archive: coyote

Swirl me in your mind….

 Swirl me in your mind… I remember tracing your body with my fingers, I remember you whispering to me. Johnnie, Johnnie. Are we just whispering in the wind, just secret kisses shared in… Continue reading

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The strong and the blessed…

The strong and the blessed… Today I am a old man. I lived in many places and I have lived many lives. I was a businessman, I was a soldier and I was… Continue reading

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Phil Ochs- a man of peace

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Catch the wind.

Catch the wind… Please kind lady, please lay with me. Allow the night to cover us with the warmth of love embrace. We were strangers till we learned. We had the same dreams,… Continue reading

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Love is love…..

Love is love A noble beauty read her poetry at the Austin, Texas yearly poetry reading. Jessica was disappointed with her life and she read her words to us. “I weaved a page… Continue reading

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Leonard Cohen and a poem…. Dearest Eleanor..

Dearest Eleanor We were Summer lovers and we tried to capture the sun. The sun sun-kissed our skin and we loved the sea. We loved hot coffee and old books. We never said… Continue reading

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October…

October A Poem by Coyote PoetryFall is here. We need to find someone to stay with, lay with, in the cold days of Winter.  Dear October…. Hello dear October, my old friend. Cooler day… Continue reading

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My ambrosia…

My Ambrosia….  Those eyes, your moving feet.You stole my heart and my soul.And I asked you.Baby, my love , my darling.What do you need?I would steal the moon and the stars to make… Continue reading

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Please sing me a lullaby…

 Please sing to me, a kind and sweet lullaby… In the night when I’m overtook by the weight of life. You touched my face and brought my head into the safety of your… Continue reading

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Goodbye my lover

Goodbye my lover…. 1—Goodbye my lover, maybe our last kiss, maybe our last words. Did we abandoned love or did time steal our wishes….. 2—- Eleanor, sweet name upon my lips. Once we… Continue reading

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