“Everybody knows”

Everybody knows A Poem by Coyote Poetry I awoke pissed off today. Then my Poet of music Leonard Cohen set me off to describe my emotion. “Everybody knows, the games been fixed” (I… Continue reading

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“My ambrosia”

My ambrosia A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. coyotepoetrebloggedcitroenzx                             My Ambrosia Exposed legs, open bottle of wine and the dust of the day is a-coming. You have waited for me. You… Continue reading

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bones don’t lie

Originally posted on Melanie McCurdie:
There’s a woman in the mirror that I barely recognise – maybe a little around the eyes and in the ghost of a smile that seems to tremble…

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Sacrifice

Originally posted on intimate conversations:
He loves me, he loves me not A tear begins to form. He loves me, he loves me not A seed of fear is born. He loves me,…

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Canvas

Originally posted on Jessabelle:
I decline? To be touched with lust For this canvas Is to be painted with love I refuse To be the object of sin Instead I want to be…

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Two Guitars – Charles Aznavour

Originally posted on Mihran Kalaydjian's Official Blog:
? Two Guitars – Charles Aznavour LES DEUX GUITARES (Charles Aznavour) Two guitars by firelight Strummed by gypsies’ fingers On a restless ??? of night…

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“The memory of you, coffee and I.”

The memory of you, coffee and I. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. coyotepoet            The memory of you, coffee and I. The smell of coffee, ancient coffee shops  and you. Blessed… Continue reading

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LIAR BOTH WE ARE

Originally posted on expressingwings:
You came and you went, Happy in your place, Liar you are, just like me. Your soft touch, your smile, Peeking in my mind, All your memories day and…

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I need a long vacation-RIDE

Ride A Poem by Coyote Poetry Lana Del Rey song and energy. Make me wish to break free and celebrate being alive. Ride True freedom my friend is dancing with the wind. Singing… Continue reading

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The Poet of song had left us. Leonard Cohen.

The Poet of song Thank you Leonard Cohen. You taught me. Words had great meaning and could come alive. You were the Poet of song. I saw you in concert in 1978 and… Continue reading

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