“A woman palms”

A woman palms A Poem by Coyote Poetry The hands of a woman. Teaches love and kindness. He who treat the woman with kindness. Can stand at God feet and know he had… Continue reading

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Latest poem named Look around

Originally posted on Journey Back To Myself :
Look around and see so much pain, Look around and see so much grief, Look around and see so much hatred, Look around and see racism,…

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Purgatory Inn-I don’t need you

I don’t need you A Poem by Coyote Poetry words do have great power and strength. I don’t need you At the Purgatory Inn. Old men wisdom mean little. Dead men wisdom is… Continue reading

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~In Dying Hope~

Originally posted on LOVE QUIRKY:
In dying hope… Where does love go When it comes to end? ~ How will we move on from the pain When rain won’t stop pouring in vain?…

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Liquid Nights

Originally posted on Everything I Never Told You:
Liquid nights where they arranged to meet and got drunk on wine that made her blush and him wonder. She wanted to be seduced He…

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A little sin

wickedlittlesins(Thank you Tumblr for the photo)   Little sin Your flowing black hair flowing in the gentle breezes making me wish to have you home nude and free. You are my little sin… Continue reading

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The bad love

Bad love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Poem written in 1994 with a re-write The b+ad love I felt the darkness of the night overtaking the lights of the day. Stealing away the… Continue reading

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an exquisite portrait

Originally posted on Love it Now:
How many times we lose our way as if a way ever existed there are only doors and when one of them bangs shut the other opens…

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Saving Him

Originally posted on Midwest Fantasy Writes:
A swirl of sassy  in a world of dull A seductive smile  in a world of chaste A sinful pleasure  in a world of rules A refreshing breath…

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“Cocoa beach”

Cocoa beach A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old places and old memories Cocoa beach I received a phone call. Sweet Peggy called and asked. “Please come to see me. I live in Cocoa… Continue reading

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