“She had wildflowers in her hair”

She had wildflowers in her hair Spring sweet Spring. Your  gentle warm days make me come alive. Sitting with the wildflowers and swimming in old memories. I remembered a  barefoot beauty taking me… Continue reading

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Cor Lapideu…

Originally posted on My Sword and Shield….:
I couldn’t stop heaven from falling It’s been years since I walked through the wreckage and the ruins but I still hear the screams of the…

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Good song-Old voice missed.

 

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“Cold steel” A old poem.

Cold steel A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old poem (1980) with a rewrite. Anger can lead us to hell. After the pits of hell. Can’t get worst? Cold steel Baby, I told you.… Continue reading

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One of my favorites-Bitter branches

Bitter branches A Poem by Coyote Poetry J.B Harvey. Her poetic words made me want to write tonight. Bitter branches Old men are like ancient trees. Life will expand and multiply. They will… Continue reading

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“Imagine”

Imagine A Poem by Coyote Poetry Good to wander and imagine a better place to be                                Imagine “A Poet is one who believes and one who cannot bring himself to believe” Tadeusz… Continue reading

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“Love showed me madness”

Love  showed me madness I remember you. We feasted on the need of the body once. We didn’t care about tomorrow. Dead night held us tight and safe. We try to grind our… Continue reading

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Broken Man by Matt Anderson

Originally posted on Quas Production:
you can’t take the home from a homeless man you can’t take away his streets you can’t threaten a man, with nothing to lose or bruise him when…

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“Utopia of the pen and the paper”

Utopia of the pen and the paper. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Last freedom is the mind. Can’t control the mind completely. Always hope hiding somewhere.                               Utopia of the pen and the… Continue reading

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Coyote’s gang-The wild bunch

Old Coyote and  the young Coyotes Dangerous  folks are roaming. Doc Holiday, Jesse James, Frank James and Billie the kid had escaped the slammer. Drinking whiskey and waiting for a fight. The Coyote’s… Continue reading

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