Purgatory Inn and no place to go.

Purgatory Inn and no place to go. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old memories get better with time. Purgatory Inn and no place to go. I have the long Island ice tea fresh… Continue reading

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The shadows of war.

Shadows of war A Story by Coyote Poetry War can catch even the cold in heart.                       Shadows of war I was a… Continue reading

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The tarot cards.

The tarot cards A Story by Coyote Poetry We can learn things in the strangest places on this planet.                       The tarot cardsI went to an old dark carnival on a hidden road… Continue reading

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The water, sky and the earth. Chapter 1-11

The Water, Sky and the Earth. Chapter one.   Description of character and introduction into the story. Coyote- A Ojibwa/Mexican wild in spirit. Trying to figure out some reason to be alive. He… Continue reading

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What will I remember?

  What will I remember? Days pass by. Life goes on. What will I hold on to?  

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Never again. Nie wieder. Plus jamais.

Never again. Nie wieder. Plus jamais. A Poem by Coyote Poetry  (A old man wanted to thank a American Soldier.)  Never again. Nie wieder. Plus jamais. (The old man spoke with… Continue reading

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The Soldier prayer

The Lover, A Soldier prayer. A Poem by Coyote Poetry  (Soldier goes off to War. Need kind and sweet memories to keep them human.)  The Lover (A soldier prayer) Poor boys… Continue reading

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Dead ends

Dead ends A Poem by Coyote Poetry Time for all of us to think and do the right things. Before it is too late for us and nature.                  Dead ends Brothers told… Continue reading

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My great love

My great love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Pain of love lost must disappear into the wind.                     My great love Do we support to love but once? Where have my ancient lover’s… Continue reading

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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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