_Coffee, You and me

Coffee, You and me A Poem by Coyote Poetry Take two to tangle and to dance by the midnight moon. Coffee, you and me “Then shall thy circling arms embrace and dip my… Continue reading

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Children

Originally posted on Hortus Closus:
Painting by Pino Daeni Children are flowers We are their gardeners. We help them to grow. We are their ground, their water. They are our only aim.

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_Everything was you

Everything was you Waking up alone. Booze, blood and nothing is all I got. I have gone crazy. I have find peace in loneliness. You were my everything.  I was your mountain and… Continue reading

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First Love’s Memory

Originally posted on No Talent For Certainty:
We wandered down a hill to find A secret place I knew; There was a picnic waiting And a beautiful lake view She was surprised to…

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__You will be always on my mind.

You will be always be on my mind The splendor of true love, Where you allow the wall of fear to fall completely down. Allowing emotion and desire to take two people away… Continue reading

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Into Dawn, I Wander

Originally posted on Petrichor:
Into dawn, I wander, tempered by age, balanced by time; in my time, and into each dawn, I have roamed before, a precipice surpassed, each dawn, in wonder, each…

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The Whisper Of Her Eyes

Originally posted on Petrichor:
Her eyes play much louder in the chamber of my mind, as a flame burns hotter when flung from the fire; her gaze, a sea of wonder, her vision…

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__The stone face man

The stone face man A Poem by Coyote Poetry Everybody got a story. Some folks understand. No-one want to hear them anyway.                                Stone face man In old New Orleans 1993. I… Continue reading

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Pryde Foltz verbal poetry is amazing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLQUUfUYG70   © 2015 Pryde Foltz

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_Blinded. But not dead yet.

Blinded. But not dead yet. (Old poem from 6 July 1993. Must go to the bottom of the barrel to be able to see the light. Now I see chances to do good… Continue reading

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