Category Archive: poetry

Edgar Allan Poe, Salinger and Hemingway

Happy Tuesday, my friends. Some nice things to be read. Be careful and be safe.  

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We had the month of May, once.

 We had the month of May, once A pretty gal from Italy told me by the Monterey Bay, “the pipe dream poet, he isn’t poetry, he isn’t love, he is cursed, cursed to… Continue reading

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A New Found Poem

Originally posted on Poemattic: Poetry and Art for the Soul:
A New Found Poem To be honest Now I can see Magic and miracles Our world, Our Old world Our New world Will…

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Spring Equinox…

Spring Equinox A Poem by Coyote Poetry Waiting for Spring                            Spring Equinox Winter cold touch was needed. Needed frost for the… Continue reading

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Be kind, listen and be humble

Be kind, listen and be humble We are in the company of death always, I told the young writer. Don’t rush through life. Life moved fast enough. Find time to sit on the… Continue reading

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Distant

Distant… Hands long for the warmth of fleshto touchto holdto love The torn social fabric Covers our mouths Shielding us From Each Other This day, too, shall pass—it always does—not fast enough for…

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Ben Jonson poetry and some words.

Ben Jonson became my favorite, many years ago. I tell the young writers. You must read the ancient writers to understand poetry and story. If we read and seek more knowledge. Our writing… Continue reading

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Nothing Matters To The Dead

Originally posted on My Own Avalon:
Flying on the wings of a dreamy mist I sigh, close my eyes and smile I am off to live and not just exist a scent of…

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Love Poem

Originally posted on forgottenmeadows:
There was you and there was me And there were layers of love Between the sky and the sea ? Perpetually blue with the tint of golden hues It…

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The brown eyes girl

The brown eyes girl     Was a lonely beach, late Spring brought out the lovers of the sea. I saw near the moving and dancing Pacific. A woman and child. I fell… Continue reading

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