Category Archive: poetry

No mercy dear Elizabeth and a Leonard Cohen song.

  No mercy dear Elizabeth She found me alone by the St Clair lake and she wore a silky red dress. I saw her from a distance and I watched her walk quickly… Continue reading

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The days of freedom…

The days of freedom… Yesterday was the first warm days of Spring. I opened the doors and I opened the window.  I allowed the air of Spring to re-fresh the house. I took… Continue reading

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Angel dancing, too close to the earth

Angel dancing, too close to the earth. A Poem by Coyote PoetryJust words.                                   Angels dancing, too close… Continue reading

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For What It’s Worth

Originally posted on Allison Marie Conway:
It’s not everyday you look back over your life and try to string the dots together to make sense of the mess but today, it seems, is…

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Papercuts

Originally posted on Raw Earth Ink:
memories of you, images in ink and sighs, sift through the pages of my mind a soft breeze fluttering, a sharp gust, and I remember you: your…

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Your misty eyes

Your misty eyes… You bathe me with your hazel eyes and I love your misty morning eyes. We have hot coffee, early morning, the sun rising from the east. I tell you, let’s… Continue reading

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Two Paths

Originally posted on Dragonfly Poetry:
The high road,leaving everything standingwalk away touching nothinga ghost in the shadowsleaving untouched love to simply fade away. The low road,complete destructionnothing left standingthe sins left bleedingevery door…

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Almost lovers. And a story.

Almost lovers… I found the prettiest gal on the crossing of Dover to Calais. I was drinking the Johnnie Walker whiskey, watching the sea dance. Pretty Swiss girl with the darkest brown eyes,… Continue reading

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Somewhere in time…

Somewhere in time… The paradox of living, we get what we deserve. Once, the prettiest lady I have ever known, waited for a wayward man. I remember the fragrance of her skin, the… Continue reading

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Lê Vĩnh Tài | love, tends to crawl its way into the stomach (233)

Originally posted on SONGNGUTAITRAM:
By Lê Vĩnh Tài, translation by Nguyễn Thị Phương Trâm   love tends to crawl its way into the stomach it craves the flesh hence, the complications   it…

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