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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“God going to cut you down”

God going to cut you down   I told the kids. Hate is heavy sin and make us feel no good. Leave us dead in the heart and the mind. When you are… Continue reading

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“I cannot forget you

I cannot forget you   (A old poem written on 18 Feb 1993 with a re-write.)   My sweet and kind friend. Please tell me, we are not done. We were friends first,… Continue reading

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“The sinner’s prayer”

The sinner’s prayer   I knew every tavern on Highway 35 in Texas. I drank a beer and some whiskey in almost every one. Those Texas girls loved me. I could two-step and… Continue reading

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Prompt Word Poetry VSS365 #2 (with audio)

Originally posted on Poetkisses:
Prompt Word Poetry VSS365 #2 For the first entry, click here: https://poetkisses.blog/2019/05/14/prompt-word-poetry-vss365-1-with-audio/ Don’t forget to come follow me on Twitter! My name/handle is @Poetkisses on there.  Here are some…

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Ambrosia

My Ambrosia Exposed legs, open bottle of wine and the dust of the day is a-coming. You have waited for me. You sat near the window and swam in deep thoughts. I wondered… Continue reading

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With hopeful heart

What you give with hopeful heart, you will get more in return.   If nature has made you for a giver, your hands are born open, and so is your heart; and though… Continue reading

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