Category Archive: John Castellenas

Somethings should be touched or held.

(Thank you Mahafsoun for the photo) Somethings shouldn’t beheld or touched           You have taunted my dreams and made me wish for  sordid and frenzy nights, captured in your… Continue reading

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The fortunate one’s

A Poem by Coyote Poetry A Summer poem. The fortunate one’s…… Lovely be, a day can be. When the sun kiss  your face and the lake is near. The long Summer days, blessings for… Continue reading

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Never enough Whiskey she told me..

 Never enough whiskey she told me Pretty girl drank alone, once we great lovers and now we have become strangers seeking nothing. I told her, damn tavern is place to die, dear Julia,… Continue reading

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Michigan photos, August.

Michigan Photos, August.  

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Sanctuary..

 Sanctuary ——————————————————————– I love you my pretty, I love you for a thousand reasons. You make me feel important and safe. In my confused and hard world, you listen to me in the… Continue reading

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Great song and some words.

Two out of three ain’t bad     I told her. I will be your Hemingway and you can be my Agnes . You will be my beloved and untold story. I have found you… Continue reading

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With you..

With you       I saw the four corners of the world seeking perfect place, I wanted to observe the rare views of a lucky life, I stood in the clouds upon… Continue reading

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Michigan Summer

Michigan Summer   The flag is flying high. Still opportunity for us to succeed. USA, a mix of all people. We will overcome the hard days.     Ice cream days at Sanders.… Continue reading

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Someone like you….

  Someone like you I told her, I was bleeding, I was dying. You, my love, my savior. You honored me, blessed me with the gift of your sweet love. I have been… Continue reading

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Lake Gichigana…

 Lake Gichigana Once free land held a great nation, the first people lived in peace with the forest, the rivers and the big lake. Lake Gichigana was kind to the original people. The… Continue reading

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