Category Archive: Nature

“The hills and the Apache”

            The hills and the Apache   I had two bottles of strong tequila, a bag of some fresh lemons. I drove for three hours to the California… Continue reading

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The stormy sea

  The stormy sea   Life is like a burning candle, we can burn brightly or we can fade away to distance memory.   I told my friend, I am too old to… Continue reading

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“Listen to the wind”

Listen to the wind Find a valley where the kind wind can sing to you, stand in an apple tree orchard, touch an apple, taste the sweetness. Gifts, wonderful gift from Mother Nature.… Continue reading

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The Witch tree

The amazing tree near lake St. Clair.

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Ly O Lay Ale Loya (Circle Dance)

Ly O Lay Ale Loya (Circle Dance)   The elder is burning the sage, cleansing the air of separation.   He told the people, many races, many hearts and we are becoming one… Continue reading

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‘The songs of the seasons’

The songs of seasons (A Story by Coyote Poetry A Native American tale.) The song of fall   Warm days, cold nights, create a restless passion. I can hear the whispers of the… Continue reading

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‘My earth, our earth- A prayer

My earth, our earth–A prayer   Dear Goddess of the morning sun. Thank you for the splendor of the new day. Thank you for the gifts of open and free valleys, the towering… Continue reading

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Photos of the California desert and a poem. Near Palm Springs.

The desert song   Listen carefully. Old earth, old ground. Look like rock and soil only. The desert song is hard to hear. You must quiet the mind, relax the heart and open… Continue reading

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Happy May-day – Beautiful day

Happy May-day – Beautiful day   The first day of May, the sun is shining and the blue sky above, a blessing.   I sit by Lake St. Clair, the water is dancing… Continue reading

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The ancient warrior

Ancient warrior A Poem by Coyote Poetry Blood cannot change. Sometime must go back to your place of birth to learn peace.   The ancient warrior   I drove to the forest, away… Continue reading

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