“I remember you”

  I remember you.   The summer days were long and the splendor of the blue skies and the bright sun. Beckon us to the sea. The heat of hot Summer  days. Thaw… Continue reading

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always a lullaby

Originally posted on my new dawn:
? fall asleep little baby love ’cause dreamin’ can be fun ? where u can do almost anything even if you’re a little one ? sail across…

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Dancing in the Shadows

Originally posted on Vampire Maman:
“Imagine, Juliette, you’re at a party in the library of Alexandria with all of the authors, librarians, scribes, architects, builders, artists, and craftsmen, and you’re the one dancing…

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“Idyllic”

Idyllic     We shall know never-more, we shall know ever-more and we one day. We shall know nothing more. Once wise writer told us. Death, is when we become forgotten. Once brave… Continue reading

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“The rising sun, the falling moon

The rising sun, the falling moon A Poem by Coyote Poetry A poem for my new book. The Island.      The rising sun, the falling moon         Prettiest lady, I… Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr. day. MONDAY

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Dead flowers.

Dead flowers       I came to you with some Tennessee whiskey and a small plant with rosemary trying to grow. I sat on your porch, waiting for you. I wanted to… Continue reading

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A Slug Reborn

Originally posted on A Sliver of Life:
A distressed Slug one day, prayed aloud to Mother, you’ve left me less blessed, than my Snail brother. A lovely shell to show off, a home…

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Last Words

Originally posted on WORDS IN THE LIGHT:
I could send you a letter to put bitterness into your heart, but thorns and salt on the wound might hurt me more than Winters did.…

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Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

  Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. I was just a baby when Martin Luther King Jr. led the world to equality with his sermons of love and anti-violence. Even as a young boy… Continue reading

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