Category Archive: sage

My Ojibwa prayer.

My Ojibwa peace prayer     “I burned the white sage by Lake St. Clair, I asked the lake, the sky, the earth and the green. Please heal my world, please send the… Continue reading

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Bacchus wine and beautiful ladies

 Bacchus wine and beautiful ladies Once I was free, once I didn’t slumber in living. I remember the sea, I remember barely dressed women dancing for the Pacific. The rhyme and song of… Continue reading

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“Last person standing”

(Last person standing A Poem by Coyote Poetry Not a happy prose poem. A poem to create logic and question my friend.)   Last person standing   I had a bad dream. A… Continue reading

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“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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Roses and lovers

Roses and lovers   “O my love, O my love. I said: Let me fall or stand, let me fall or stand, let me live or die, but this once hear me speak-… 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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The Water, Sky and the Earth. The long walk.

The Water, Sky and the Earth. The long walk. A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Finally adding to the chapters of one of my stories.   The long walk “When death is close. Seconds… Continue reading

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Native American and herbal blessing (Very good information. Thank you Andrea.)

MAY 27, 2015 BY ANDREA 8 COMMENTS According to countless ancient ways of knowing, all plants possess a sacred spirit… …a spirit that goes well beyond, and vibrates deeper, than its physical constituents. It is… Continue reading

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