Category Archive: Monterey

Please come to Monterey

Please come to Monterey A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. I found the poem in a 25-year-old journal. Had to re-written.   Jennifer I called my Jennifer from the pay-phone in downtown… Continue reading

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“Jennifer”

  Jennifer A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. I found the poem in a 25-year-old journal. Had to re-written.   Jennifer I called my Jennifer from the pay-phone in downtown Monterey in… Continue reading

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“2500 miles away from me”

2500 miles away from you A Poem by Coyote Poetry We hope distance and separation can make sadness forgotten. It doesn’t.                            2500 miles from you On a Winter day in 1989. We… Continue reading

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“A woman, like you”

A woman, like you. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Reading my poetry from 1993. Made me think of a good memory and good time.                           A woman. like you. Me and my sweet… Continue reading

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The mercy

The Mercy A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                        The mercy She was like a blessed mermaid from the Pacific. She came to me on a Fall night when the moon was… Continue reading

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“Monterey”

Monterey     A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Part one. The letters.                                Monterey The letters Dear Beth I roamed your Facebook site. You are still so beautiful. I told you  I was… Continue reading

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Some California poetry

Some California poetry A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Dear Clinton, Michigan You told me often. Love wasn’t enough. The heart become too hidden with time and age. —— California isn’t enough… Continue reading

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Some California poetry-The waltz

The Waltz     A Poem by Coyote Poetry The ocean and love create emotions and passion that stay with us forever. The waltz We were doing a waltz upon the beach. The… Continue reading

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“We danced, loved and you never departed my heart”

We danced, loved and you never departed my heart A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old poetry with a re-write   We danced , loved and you never departed my heart. I’m 58-year-old. I… Continue reading

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Damn those eyes

Damn those eyes A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words          Damn those eyes Light and dark collide when I found you. You are my black magic woman who make me wish for… Continue reading

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