Joan of Arc

  My Joan of Arc   She painted her make-up upon perfect skin. She turned to me and she told me, “I need my war face tonight, I rarely show my real face… Continue reading

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Blinded (Picture Prompt #10)

Originally posted on The Wonderful and Wacky World of One Single Mom:
Moonlight sunlight dawn’s early rays scented air. Sea salt lilacs romance roar of the waves crashing to shore. Time slows seconds…

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“The crazy one”

The crazy one   Beautiful lady can make me laugh when she dances to her own song. She is my crazy one, my wildflower who knows open roads and can make the sad… Continue reading

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Poems from my travels, Egypt

Originally posted on Leila's blog:
ankh symbol Painting by Liana Horbaniuc 1 I, who travel the world ruled by a bestial frenzy, I am the pain of the sufferer and the distorted…

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Liar’s moon

(Liar’s moon A Poem by Coyote Poetry Some new words.)   Liar’s moon   The Coyote was quiet tonight, tranquil night allowed him to recede to the deep tides of memory. The warm… Continue reading

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Sweet Words

Originally posted on Christie Ceballos:
Your sweet words that flow from your tongue and into my soul, Sends chills down my spin And trigger my desires. But only if they were true. The…

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Please show me the way to love

(Show me the way to love.A Poem by Coyote Poetry A poem written in 1979. Being young and hopeful is when we have no fear of disappointment.)   Please show me the way… Continue reading

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You take my breathe away

You take my breathe away   You undressed with the lights on. I watched you slowly take away layers of clothing, I can feel your smiling face and you know you have taken… Continue reading

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‘Celestial beauty’

(Celestial beauty A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.)   Celestial beauty   “He sees his love, and nothing else he sees.”—Thomas Campion   You are my folly and my blessings. You are… Continue reading

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‘What will I remember?’

Family Kindness and love are all we have left in the end. A man with a handful of bills and children at his feet. He knew love and what is important.

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