Category Archive: Michigan

We will accept less

We will accept less and forget who we were. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just word We will accept less and forget who we were Mother Winter is here. I have driven 2500… Continue reading

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Lovers, murderers and the damn memories.

Lovers, murderers and the damn memories A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. Dear December The war couldn’t kill me and I returned home in 1992 and I called you. A sweet voice… Continue reading

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“Dear Michigan”

Dear Michigan A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words                         Dear Michigan —- Treasure memories Dark taverns, strong drink and I’m thinking of you. Pretty Austin, Texas girl with strawberry red hair sitting… Continue reading

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T.L.C

Tender loving care A Poem by Coyote Poetry Real love is given without the desire of reward.                                      Tender loving care She had big blue eyes. She sat on my lap at the… Continue reading

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We will accept less

We will accept less and forget who we were. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just word We will accept less and forget who we were Mother Winter is here. I have driven 2500… Continue reading

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The tree by Lake St. Clair

The tree When I was in the Army.  I was always in the desert. 110 in the sun. No place to take cover or cool down. Us old soldiers would gather. Talk of… Continue reading

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Some Michigan Spring photos

Lake St. Clair, Michigan   The boys at Stony Creek, Michigan   Life is simple my friend. Don’t work till you are dead. A wise person make time for their family and friends.… Continue reading

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Please my love, stay all night with me

Please my love, stay all night with me A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Please stay all night with me She was my first storm I danced with. I loved how her… Continue reading

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“Tender loving care”

Tender loving care   A Poem by Coyote Poetry Real love is given without the desire of reward.                                      Tender loving care She had big blue eyes. She sat on my lap at… Continue reading

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The moonlight and you

The moonlight and you I found her again on a rainy Fall October night and I fell to my knees and I told her. When I lost you. I learn I could bleed… Continue reading

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