Category Archive: Ojibwa

—Will I find you tonight

Will I find you tonight? A Poem by Coyote Poetry The first true love is never forgotten. First touch, first kiss leave us wishing for the first dance again. Will I find you… 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 an restless passion. I can hear the whisper of the… Continue reading

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The Water, Sky and the Earth. Dark moon, chapter six

The Water, Sky and the Earth. chapter six A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Part six of four Native Americans looking for a reason to be alive.                         The Water, Sky and the Earth… Continue reading

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Thank you Jack London, he gave me positive motivation to write. “Blame not the kiss”

Blame not the kiss A Poem by Coyote Poetry Long Summer days bring hope and dreams of hope.                           Blame not the kiss The pen and paper cannot give justice to your beautiful… Continue reading

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Old man wisdom “It is cut and dried.”

It is Cut and dried. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old words still mean the same.                     It is cut and dried. Old man sitting at the Old Fox tavern. Drinking his rum… Continue reading

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Beautiful and perfection

Beauty and perfection A Poem by Coyote Poetry Artwork and words. Please enjoy. nostoreSource:CThank you Tumblr.)         Beauty and perfection I have learn what true beauty is. It isn’t a fancy car and… Continue reading

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“The walls and the damn mirror”

The walls and the damn mirrors A Poem by Coyote Poetry Can’t hide what we became when we see our reflection in the mirrors                            The walls and the damn mirrors My father… Continue reading

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Never again

  Never again. Nie wieder. Plus jamais. (Holocaust Memorial Day, February, 27 January.) (Did we learn. WW2 was the last war. How many massacres since? How many people murdered for their religion, color… Continue reading

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“Coyote spirit”

Coyote spirit A Poem by Coyote Poetry Last dream is freedom. When it is gone. What is left. Coyote spirit (In Native American Myth. The Coyote was the joker. Laugh at life and… Continue reading

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Christmas wishes and Martin Luther King Jr.

Remembering Martin Luther King. A Poem by Coyote Poetry   The best gift of Christmas. The gift of kindness.  Give what you can. Sometime just a smile and kind words. Can change a… Continue reading

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