Category Archive: poetry

War. What is it good for? Nothing.

Short poetry about war. A Poem by Coyote Poetry I’m tire of war and violence.                              What is left? The dead will not rise. War steal the best from us. Who remember the… Continue reading

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Oriel Of Promise

Originally posted on Oldest Daughter & Red Headed Sister:
Guilty of desiring His oriel of promises My admission. I return, daily Simply To be near His spirit. Fearful Of denial My never ending…

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Emulate Your Example

Originally posted on The Connoisseur of Love:
“When you get, give. When you learn, teach.”  Maya Angelou For each of us, eventually, whether we are ready or not, someday, it will come to…

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Lucky

Originally posted on Hortus Closus:
Painting by Steve Henderson I’m a lucky one, I am blessed with Sarit, And I have found love. The garden is filled with joy, The violin exults, dances.

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The color red

  teleskier2012Source:redpinkwhite (thank you Tumblr)       The color red The sun had fallen into the western sea. The TV is off. You had bathe and put on your favorite red negligee. I… Continue reading

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Il vuoto ” Georges Bataille “

Originally posted on ….NITHAEL e KYRA…Blog di Marcello e Laura:
Il vuoto Le fiamme ci avvolsero sotto i nostri passi l’abisso si aprì un silenzio di latte di gelo d’ossa ci avviluppò…

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“Love is a careless child”

Love is a careless child. A Poem by Coyote Poetry “Know that love is a careless child, And forgets promises past.” Sir Walter Raleigh                             Love is a careless child I took my… Continue reading

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Unforgettable Journey…

Originally posted on Soul mate's – so near, yet so far:
flickrhivemind.net You came into my life as sunshine You sprinkled your love as rain I was so happy with you, and…

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Forget Me Not

Originally posted on frenesthetist:
Remember how the earth used to breathe for you and I? How the stormy clouds collided with the blues up high. Remember the days when you held my heart…

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The Invisible War

Originally posted on From Midnight to Dawnlight:
I saw the movie American Sniper today, and was prompted to publish these two poems. While I cannot control the powers that be, my heart goes out…

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