Category Archive: Michigan

Last person standing….

Last person standing A Poem by Coyote Poetry (Not a happy prose poem. A poem to create logic and question my friend. We are walking on a dangerous edge. Nuclear Winter, new sickness and… Continue reading

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My Michigan dream..

   My Michigan dream “Hush my sweet baby, don’t you cry. I am here, I shall never leave you, when the chills of the night come, I shall keep you warm and safe.… Continue reading

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Witness to life…

Witness to life   I told people with my writing for many years. If the wars, don’t stop. War will come to our doorstep. Today war had found our USA cities. The war… Continue reading

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The Coyote is dancing…

The Coyote is dancing Once, locked-up man knew the solace  and the mercy of the kind lakes. Once, the free man danced with the stars and the moon. In the mist of the… Continue reading

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The Island- Chapter eight and nine.

The Island- part 8 A Chapter by Coyote Poetry                            The Island- chapter eight The two woman came to me and they… Continue reading

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The Island- First seven chapters.

(My new story, myth and tale. Real life. Is it okay, story? Each character had great history, if you researched.)     The Island- Part one A Chapter by Coyote Poetry A dream turned… Continue reading

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Wild horses. A story.

Wild horses Wild horses- Introduction A Chapter by Coyote Poetry A writer and a painter discussing life and things.                              … Continue reading

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Almost to California

 Almost to California. My Boston girl, I found her at Fort lee, Virginia in the Winter of 1976. She were waited for a love who forsaken you. I made her drink the sweet… Continue reading

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The lake song

The Lake song I told her. I apology sweet Alison. Somewhere in time, the flowing river of love was murdered. I do not blame no-one. I have accepted my place. I have my… Continue reading

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The illusion, A Ojibwa prayer

 THE ILLUSION, A Ojibwa prayer I told the pretty poet. I have too much now. I would give away if I could. Sell the car, sell the house and keep a few books… Continue reading

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