June 26,Day against Drug Abuse

Originally posted on whisperer2:
( painting of Ovanes Berberian) There are Parents based Prevention programs,to save young children from drug abuse:- By teaching parents better family communication skills, Learning appropriate discipline styles, Monitoring children’s activities,…

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Aphorism

Originally posted on Hortus Closus:
Love is never a sin, Hatred is a sin against life.

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Give Me a Peace

Please read and share-John Castellenas/Coyote Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: Give Me a Peace

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Vincent (2) – Lovers of your Light

Originally posted on As it Comes:
(Vincent van Gogh (1853 – 1890) i fade the moon till the flowers come, hold back tears – cry not alone nor for anyone whose heart is empty or…

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“Fragment Of Friction”

Originally posted on Signs Sighs Sights:
“Fragment Of Friction”, 2016, Yuriy Ku Drop In his fragment of artistic fiction she has always been a fragment of friction; a fragile female in a male…

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“Ann Arbor”

Ann Arbor A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words The drunken poet drank his  Jack Daniel and cold tap beer in the Michigan tavern. A young man sat with and ordered a double… Continue reading

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Friend, Foe, or Otherwise?

Originally posted on witchlike:
? The wind whipped steady at my door                                          …

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“Unforgettable”

Unforgettable A Poem by Coyote Poetry Beautiful artwork create amazing words. Thank you Tumblr.    yourtalana: William Oxer Unforgettable I found you waiting. Holding flowers of blue. I watched you pondering life and possibility.… Continue reading

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“Perhaps, perhaps my love”

Perhaps, perhaps my love A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Perhaps, perhaps my love The night is long and the drink is cheap. The music is good and the design of the… Continue reading

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Elusive Butterfly

Originally posted on poetry and then some…:
All she had really wanted to do Was leave her own foot prints in the earth, Her own hand prints in the sand, And live in…

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