–Everything

Everything A Poem by Coyote Poetry How much do we truly need?                                  Everything If I lost everything. Would  I become afraid? We live in a time. Where needing more and more is… Continue reading

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–Trujillo

Trujillo — A story                        Trujillo My delusional mind and forsaken dreams seem so far away. I consoled myself with Honduras rum and roamed the discos and nightclubs. I’m fatigue from suffocating in… Continue reading

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Why Hiroshima Was Celebrating Just 2 Years After the Bomb Dropped

Originally posted on TIME:
One might have expected the people of Hiroshima, on the second anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb, to convene in mourning for a tragedy still painfully fresh.…

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strip me bare

Originally posted on sable swan's poetry & prose:
strip me bare, remove all pretense, shatter the facade; hollow out who i’ve become, releasing who i’m meant to be; suffer me to sing, allow…

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-Who can limit love?

Who can limit love? A Poem by Coyote Poetry “Who can limit love” Words from the great writer Virgil.   in                        Who can limit love? She wanted to be the Joan of… Continue reading

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Truth and knowing peace

Truth and knowing peace A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words and thinking too much                Truth and knowing peace Sober mornings leave the careless men with decaying love, to swim in… Continue reading

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A naken woman

A  naked woman (A wise artist once said. To see a nude woman is more wonderful then 1000 beautiful paintings in a museum.) I tell the young men. Go slow and easy. When… Continue reading

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Drink of me, my love.

Drink of me, my love I hid in dark places for many years. I volunteered for far off places and war. I like the places where people wanted little and not everything. Dead… Continue reading

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–Sweet surrender

Sweet surrender A Poem by Coyote Poetry We must forget old wounds and open new doors.                                 Sweet… Continue reading

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–Thankful

Thankful I saw my face  in the mirror at Chucky’s Cheese. I was surprised to see a old man looking back. I was fifty one years old. Holding my Grandson. His first birthday… Continue reading

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