Are we crazy, the people of this world?

Are we crazy the people of this world? A Poem by Coyote Poetry A re-write Are we crazy the people of this world? (Old words with the same meaning. Korea, Syria and 132… Continue reading

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The tree by Lake St. Clair

The tree When I was in the Army.  I was always in the desert. 110 in the sun. No place to take cover or cool down. Us old soldiers would gather. Talk of… Continue reading

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Laugh, dance and know love

My dear Grandfather told us often. Don’t come into my house with anger. My house is the home of love.  Leave your problems outside the door and please sit with me and talk.… Continue reading

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Some Michigan Spring photos

Lake St. Clair, Michigan   The boys at Stony Creek, Michigan   Life is simple my friend. Don’t work till you are dead. A wise person make time for their family and friends.… Continue reading

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poet.. 

Originally posted on the little spark:
There is a poet here whose words I could fall in love with? He made me wonder at his detail and intricacy A master weaver of words…

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“I like to see the eyes”

I like to see the eyes     A Poem by Coyote Poetry When we truly can see. The eyes allow us into true places and mystery.                                I like to see the… Continue reading

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NightBringer

Originally posted on Sudden Denouement Literary Collective:
By Oldepunk At the Altar of Life granite and obsidian carved into all that is, was, or will be are the letters, in silver of my…

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Tragedy

Originally posted on RamJet Poetry:
The things you said aren’t often true As I watch them fall out of you I’ll touch the grain my lips will bleed I’ll worship your shadow until…

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Jamais trop tard / Never too late

Originally posted on WORDS IN THE LIGHT:
Un matin de mai j’ai vu sur un mur de Paris écrit en lettres rouges le mot AMOUR. Cela m’a rendu triste, triste car d’Amour le…

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One people

One people A Story by Coyote Poetry Just words One people Who remembered the people who once lived in the dead cities? Bombs, war and soldiers torn apart once great cities. Where did… Continue reading

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