Category Archive: coyote poetry

One of first published poem somewhere. “Nothing last forever”

Nothing last forever A Poem by Coyote Poetry We learn the value of words with life. Sometime words can be forgotten and dismissed.                           Nothing last forever (Written on March 6, 1989… Continue reading

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Friendship. True gold in a life. Coffee shop conversation-

Coffee shop conversation A Poem by Coyote Poetry Good coffee and a chess game is what life need to be. I miss the days of good conversation and chess games.                                    Coffee shop… Continue reading

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A poem for love “Only you”

Only you A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old poetry of love                                Only you I drank in the beauty of river clear blue eyes. I watched you dance on the almost empty beach… Continue reading

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Nothing left to lose and Taylor Monsen

Nothing left to lose I lay in the silence of deadening silence. All dreams dead and buried when you left me alone. You were my savior and my killer. I remember the first… Continue reading

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“The human touch”

The human touch. A Poem by Coyote Poetry The easiest gift to give is concern, time and to listen. In a world of fast pace and little time. We must slow down and… Continue reading

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One of my favorites. Russian roulette.

Russian roulette A Poem by Coyote Poetry Life is taking chances. We will fall many times. If we are lucky. We will know peace one day.                                     Russian roulette Beautiful young woman… Continue reading

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I needed a California poem. “Big Sur and Alisa Fineman”

Big Surf 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.… Continue reading

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When the war is over and Lay down your guns

Missing pieces I saw the great storms. 15,000 Soldiers standing their ground. They were willing to fight and die for old Glory. I stood with my friends and we were waited for the… Continue reading

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Some Texas poetry. Ashtray, whiskey and the pen.

Ashtrays, whiskey and the pen I loved downtown Austin, Texas. No-one is a stranger. Just people seeking good booze, music and opportunity. I like the comfort of a cigarette, Jack Daniels and time… Continue reading

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“The sparkles in your eyes”

The sparkles in your eyes A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old memories and places.                    The sparkles in your eyes I remember when the sparkles in your eyes could light up the… Continue reading

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