‘The madness train’

(The madness train A Poem by Coyote Poetry Time to know what real pleasure is. Before it is too late.)   The Madness train   I’m twisted up, hogties to bullshit.   I’m… Continue reading

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At the Seams

Originally posted on Reflections on Existence:
iron-bound rosed blush raised by a tectonic crush the generative amalgamation culmination of desiccation ocean thrust into the cove of my susurrating exhalation ~ and crystals cling…

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‘Bitter branches’

Bitter branches   Old men are like ancient trees. Life will expand and multiply. They will sit on old porches and remember skeletons and blunders. They have learned profound knowledge and they know… Continue reading

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The Road Of Salvation

Originally posted on Connecting Beyond:
The Road of Salvation … [a lifting of/reversal of incongruities in regards to Love/Peace] ? … leads to the Path of Forgiveness … [cease blaming/feeling guilty for past…

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shackles.

Originally posted on liezel graham:
sometimes, i want to take off my skin, . and memories, and fears . and sin. . . and all the things that i should leave behind, but…

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Fall sweet honey

Fall sweet honey Beautiful as the rising Summer sun, sweet and kind like the fresh Fall Michigan sweet honey. She told me, if you want me. Must leave your tomb and find me,… Continue reading

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Spirit in Southside Park (Reprise)

Originally posted on Timeless Classics:
***** I’d dressed myself in black that day From boots to jacket, skirt and hat My little girl appropriate For dirt the local playground at It rested in…

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Poetry By Design

Originally posted on Writings by MCM:
POETRY BY DESIGN  ? For I  Have my  Very own poetic design  That renders with the times  Both now and before  As poetry is the door  Along with…

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What’s Free To Me

Originally posted on DeveReaux’s Newfound Words :
I didn’t get the chance to pick The color of my skin If I did I might’ve picked white, they always win At least that’s what…

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City of Utica, Library day.

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