Category Archive: Monterey

I called your name

I called your name   I called your name standing on the Monterey pier. The stars didn’t listen to my prayer.   I recalled a memory, a blessing, a forsaken place and tangle… Continue reading

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My California

My California   Azure sky, chaos Pacific ocean, my lover. The stormy sea, the murmur of the sea, whispered to me. Love may slumber, war are never-ending and we shall remember the sweetest… Continue reading

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Liar’s moon lullaby

Liar’s moon lullaby   I told the liar’s moon, eleven anthrax shots given to my by the Army. I have forgotten more than I remember.   I search my deaden mind for faces,… Continue reading

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Happy or sad?

Happy or sad?   Pretty poet asked, Monterey dark poet, are you drinking by the sea tonight?   He looked at her pretty face and he whispered.   The sea is kind, always… Continue reading

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Angie

Angie I remember our days and nights at Big Sur, you were my imperfection angel. You wanted, just enough and you allowed your dreams to die. You enchante me by speaking careless words… Continue reading

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No shame in love

No shame in love   (Received some motivation from Ben Jonson)   I confessed to the lonely moon, how beautiful and magnificent you are. I told the stars and the sky you have… Continue reading

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San Francisco, Monterey and Big Sur

San Francisco, Monterey and Big Sur The year 1992, I left the Iraq border for New Jersey. I spend three months at Fort Dix, N.J. in the Winter months. I was attached to… Continue reading

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Hemingway last dance

Hemingway last dance A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.   Hemingway last dance   I returned Monterey in late May of 2016. I fell in love with her in 1992. Old Army… Continue reading

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‘Dear Monterey’

Dear Monterey   The kind Gods took me from war to you dear Monterey. I joined wars to try to die the proper death. Suicide, I couldn’t do. War didn’t want my death.… Continue reading

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Let’s pretend my lover

—————————————————— Let’s pretend my lover. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Let’s pretend my lover Once we were Hemingway and Agnes. We drank, we made love and we had enough. The damn… Continue reading

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