Category Archive: john coyote

For Veteran day- The old soldier

The old soldier Some of us had learn. The simple things are so damn sweet. The laughter of children, holding hands with love one’s and dancing in the dark with a pretty lady.… Continue reading

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For Veteran day

  My brother, my friend. We need you, Soldier. alive and well   A Poem by Coyote Poetry I met a man waiting for death. de                … Continue reading

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Alison Sudol song and some words.

  On paper, with good pen and good song. I remember silky voice, pale skin and the most beautiful face I ever seen. We prayed and we starved for love in the Spring… Continue reading

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“The circle dance”

 The circle dance I have danced often the circle dance at Native Americans Pow Wows. The circle dance had many meanings. “The leader called to the people, the Ojibwa children begin the circle… Continue reading

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Almost lovers

  Almost lovers—- Misty eyes girl, she loved the sea, she loved the whiskey, she was a shade of light, a shade of darkness. She knew the rhythm of every Leonard song. I… Continue reading

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“Idyllic places and time”

Idyllic places and time A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                            Idyllic place and time The storyteller told the writers. We… Continue reading

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“Leftover wine”

  Leftover wine Once, you and I, we tried to catch the wind. Once, you and I, tried to touch the clouds. We marvel at our world and we danced freely with the… Continue reading

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Relish and relinquish

Relish and relinquish A Poem by Coyote Poetry Life is long and we must know what hold on to.                             Relish… Continue reading

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A Tom Jones song and some words.

  I will never fall in love again I told the blue sky, love was sweet once, love was my life once. I told the sun, I remember love. Sweet as candy and… Continue reading

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I want to fall in love again

     I want to fall in love again I sat with a dear muse by Lake Gichigana. The blessed sun caressed our faces and the new day was coming alive for us.… Continue reading

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