“Only you”

Only you A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old poetry of love                                Only you I drank in the beauty of river clear blue eyes. I watched you dance on the almost empty beach freely… Continue reading

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Limerence 

Originally posted on Sensible Nonsense:
A flower fell in love with a bird once.? Every morning started with a chirpy hello.? Flutter of wings? As the bird flew down to the ground.? The…

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Étoile Filante

Originally posted on deletedangel:
Crimson life speckled soul free of lov, ? torment an twisted strife…. ? Wandering dreamer whispering feather lost an floating down stream…. ? Hitch a ride, a falling star…

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“The stranger and Poet’s song”

The stranger and Poet’s song A Poem by Coyote Poetry Leonard Cohen song gave me reasons to write this morning.                                     The stranger song Houses built on sand will sink. Love built on… Continue reading

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A thousand kisses deep-part two

A thousand kisses deep The doors are locked and window block by the satin curtains. We infuse our bodies freely and wildly. We tossed the silk sheets upon the cold floor and we… Continue reading

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“Break me”

Break me and make me feel alive A Poem by Coyote Poetry Need to find new limits and places. The new dances make the old memories seem less painful.                       Break me and… Continue reading

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‘The final act”

The final act She whispered. I need you. I don’t need you. You used to run home to be. Undress me at the door. I loved how you loved my silk stockings. I… Continue reading

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“Fragile love”

Fragile love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Love is tender. A wise person know to be kind and not be negative to the sweet people who attempt to love us.                             Fragile love… Continue reading

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“A good day to be alive”

A good day to be alive my friend. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Each day is an opportunity to do something good.   A good day to be alive my friend (Can you… Continue reading

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BEAUTIFUL POEMS: “Wood notes” Pastoral interlude by Arthur Symons (from “Days and Nights”)

Originally posted on bodyandsoulnourishmentblog:
Come into the close shadow of the wood. Here is cool quiet born of solitude, Cool leafy caverns, murmurous as the sea’s, when a breath blows across them. Here…

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