RED Friday

Originally posted on Maiden on the Midway:
Don Your RED! #RedFriday ?

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Would nice we would take back regret. “If I knew”

If I knew. A Poem by Coyote Poetry We learn too late to be quiet. Anger and violence leads only to more pain and sadness.   If I knew. I would of  loved… Continue reading

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Morning glory

  Morning glory A Poem by Coyote Poetry Good to open your eyes and see the glory of the new day and beauty near.                                Morning glory The smell of fresh coffee and… Continue reading

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In The Solace Of Her Shade

Amazing Poet and singer.

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A old poem. Needed a good one tonight. “Spin the bottle”

Spin the bottle A Poem by Coyote Poetry The game of youth get used without our permission with old age.                    Spin the bottle Old man sat alone. Told me. “Damn if you… Continue reading

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Regards to Melanie (Part two)

Regards to Melanie (Part two) A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words.                             Regards to Melanie I know love is never fair dear Melanie. Need perfect timing, place and same need. Rarely do… Continue reading

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Regard to Melanie

Regards to Melanie A Poem by Coyote Poetry Regard to Melanie I know you are far away my dear lover. You are fulfilling needed dreams in secret places where lover can find peace… Continue reading

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September: Suicide Prevention Month

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September is ‪#‎SuicidePreventionMonth‬ and we invite you to join us in supporting our ‪#‎Veterans‬ and Service members. If you’re concerned about someone, connect him or her…

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Old poetry with a rebirth “Disease”

    Disease     Two strangers sat together. Discussing things that didn’t matter. The woman looked at the man. Told him. “I was once a beauty once. Men begged for my attention.”… Continue reading

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Tattoos

tattoos A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old stories become better with time.                               Tattoos My pretty lady friend with tattoos on her back and legs. She asked me. Do you like my tattoos?… Continue reading

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