Category Archive: coyote poet

-Barefoot dreams

Barefoot dreams A Story by Coyote Poetry Good places and friends make distance places good dreams in old age.      Barefoot dreams I met the Sergeant Major nightly at the Bowling alley, dance… Continue reading

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-The portrait of you

The portrait of you Phantom dreams led me to you. You were my illusion of perfection. I was flattered when you condemn me to loving you forever by a gesture of hello and… Continue reading

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-Reflection

Reflections A Poem by Coyote Poetry Words have great power. Use them well.                               Reflection Writers and Poets write reflections like a painter uses his gentle strokes to create permanent images of lingering… Continue reading

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–Big Sur

Big Sur and Alisa Fineman A Poem by Coyote Poetry A beautiful song bird of the California coastline.                           Big Sur and Alisa Fineman I put two brothers into graves in 1988-1989. Joined… Continue reading

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-The road called me

The road called me. A Poem by Coyote Poetry I’m tire of same places and faces. I need the road.                                  The road called me I’m tire, so damn tired. Somehow I got… Continue reading

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–She had Angels wings upon her back

She had Angels wings upon her back Her long auburn hair rolled down her long slender back. The tattoos Angel awoke secret dreams and nightmares. Her tattoos rolled down from soft neck to… Continue reading

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-Heaven and hell

Heaven and hell A Story by Coyote Poetry Disappointment in love are lessons to prepare us for true love.                      Heaven and hell “We can die of fear and our heart be filled… Continue reading

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The lady in the black dress

The lady in the black dress A Poem by Coyote Poetry just words The lady in the black dress Dancing alone in a downtown Austin tavern with my empty Black Velvet whiskey bottle… Continue reading

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A lesson learned—Trujillo

Trujillo A Poem by Coyote Poetry A long time ago I lived this story. I will go back one day to thank the people of Trujillo for showing me life can be good.… Continue reading

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One of my favorites. “Song of the seasons”

The songs of seasons A Story by Coyote Poetry A Native American tale.                                 The song of fall Warm days, cold nights. Create an restless passion. I can hear the whisper of the… Continue reading

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