A Soldier and Me – Original Poem

Originally posted on Recruiterpoet Blog:
By Mark A. Leon He said he’d write as we said goodbye Dressed in his best shirt and tie He was a boy I swore my life I…

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“I remember you, I remember us”

I remember you, I remember us   Once we were young and free. You were my California dream and I was your Hemingway. We roamed highway one for one year and we sang,… Continue reading

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The lulls of your lullaby

The lulls of your lullaby   I thirst for darkness, not light. I seek wild dances, not the shade of real love that will fade, I want the divine kiss and the long… Continue reading

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“Like a whisper”

(Like a whisper A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.)   Like a whisper   (This is the way the world ends. This is the way the world ends. This is the way… Continue reading

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Memorial day poetry

Memorial day poem   I left a boy, I came back a season man. I learned the drills of the soldier, befriended many good men and women.   Soldiers drink, soldiers dance and… Continue reading

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Memorial day poetry- Old soldier

(Old Soldier A Story by Coyote Poetry Only Soldiers understand what another soldier had saw and felt. Strangers to war and violence cannot understand. When you are near death for too long. You… Continue reading

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Memorial day poetry- For father

(Killed and killed A Poem by Coyote Poetry A true and sad story of the permanent wounds of war.) Killed and killed On Friday night my father drank his rum. He would come… Continue reading

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The sea

  The sea   Once forgotten man sat alone by the sea, he listened to her and she whispered to him.     Women are crazy, misery loved company, good drink make us… Continue reading

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Coyote’s verbal poetry

  Thank you Johnnie/Coyote

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Moonchild

Originally posted on yaskhan:
I am a child of the earth Raised by the stars in the sky Tended by the moon as I sleep Scars of the world clothe me Her wounds…

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