The sea and the chess game

The sea and the chess game A Poem by Coyote Poetry Old poetry from 1993 with a re-write                                The sea and the chess game Old Poet set-up the chess game and I… Continue reading

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Only the trees know

Originally posted on Grevillea Corner:
in deepest slumber; forest nymph lies unseen – only the trees know.

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Falling into Nirvana

Originally posted on J. Adam Snyder:
“Falling into Nirvana”- J. Adam Snyder Let’s dance to our passion Burning the darkness down in orgasmic satisfaction Life is an experience too short for pain Only…

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Kiss of Dawn

Originally posted on J. Adam Snyder:
“Kiss of Dawn”– J. Adam Snyder Kiss of dawn Take me in your rays Caress my scars with blazing love And burn the hate away Ignite my…

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The young men dream and the old men wish

Young men dream and old men wish.   A Poem by Coyote Poetry Age make us kinder and wiser. Must fall down many times to appreciate life.                          Young men dream and old… Continue reading

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Little Girl With No Shoes

Originally posted on oruzkennedy's Blog:
Age ten Three years from puberty I was faced with a cruel reality: I’m a little girl with no identity Was I neglected for my colour or…

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“A POET’S LULLABY”

Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: “A POET’S LULLABY”

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_Silence

Silence A Poem by Coyote Poetry Many kinds of silence. Some good and some bad.                         Silence Old wise saying was “Silence is golden”. I don’t know if the words are true? Tonight… Continue reading

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The Fray

Originally posted on Copper Cranes:
Artist Elif Sanem Karakoç ? The Fray My lover: My brother My father I loathe you I love you; My mood changes Moon’s tide Weather’s temperment And all…

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Flowers In Terrariums

Originally posted on MagyKars:
“I need to watch you closely, may be a few inches from here, every passing second, without batting an eye. I needed to measure the length, thickness, breadth and…

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