“Song of the dead and the song of the living”

Song of the dead and the song of the living.   A Poem by Coyote Poetry A combination of memories and places                                       Song of the dead and the song of the living.… Continue reading

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“First love”

First love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Written in 1978. When youth was my advantage. First love A sweet and beautiful smile opening the door to conversation. The first taste of the sweet… Continue reading

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“Dear Lover”

Dear lover A Poem by Coyote Poetry People can fall together for the wrong reasons.                                  Dear lover I have learned too late. The words not spoken and the letters never written. Are… Continue reading

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Sadness in My Lover’s Eyes – Original Poem

Originally posted on Recruiterpoet Blog:
I see the surrender in my lover’s eyes A sadness co-exists in her unspoken lies I can only sit back and empathize as I remain paralyzed Words cannot…

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In the Light of Dawn

Amazing poetry by a talented writer. Please read and enjoy.

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“The stranger and the poet song

The stranger and Poet song A Poem by Coyote Poetry Leonard Cohen song gave me reasons to write this morning.                                     The stranger song Houses built on sand will sink. Love built on… Continue reading

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Nameless Gravestones…

Originally posted on look around!:
She ran, carrying her 7 months old baby. Her face had bruises from the beatings taken from the unknown men, who called themselves the volunteers of God. The…

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Michigan State fair talented singers 2016

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Εάν αγάπη ουκ έχω ουκ ειμι

Originally posted on Thank Gaia:
The sea expanding through my molecular structure? Becoming the sea as I dive in the summer midday through the reflections of the sun in the water there is…

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Concern, kindness and love

Blind to world sorrow. Deep in self-need. What do we become? A life with knowing love, without the balance of charity and concern for our world. We were just strangers living with blindness… Continue reading

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