She serene me with the sweet words of love’

She serene me with the sweet words of love. A Poem by Coyote Poetry   (Words of love leave us weak and needing more.)   She serene me with the sweet words of… Continue reading

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Age is merely…

Originally posted on Lori Greer in Portland:
Age is merely the  number of years the world has been enjoying you! I can’t remember where I found this little quote. I placed it on my…

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You are perfect

You are perfect Old Poet wrote words for a pretty dancer at the Stray Cat lounge, she is dancing bare-footed and alone on the lonely dance floor..   “What is wrong, what is… Continue reading

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‘God’s going cut you down

I told the kids. Hate is heavy sin and make us feel no good. Leave us dead in the heart and the mind. When you are dead. What is left? God’s going to… Continue reading

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‘Savior, liar and sinner.

Savior, liar and sinner   Once I was saved. Pretty red-hair girl took my hands and she whispered. I love you Johnnie. Please don’t die, please live for me. She held me tightly… Continue reading

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‘The Gospel by a common man’

The Gospel told by a common man   Men with wife and children. Fugitive to the ability to succeed.   With the grain of hope. We beckon for a trace of kindness.  … Continue reading

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Adorned

Originally posted on Reflections on Existence:
nature garbed in gratitude a vision of unimpaired latitude eternally internally the ivy runner sinking deep into the humus of fertility . jeweled crimson berry receptacle of…

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See you again’

See you again I have become cold and lonely in life and heart again, life seem to have crumble into a millions pieces and I don’t care to repair, lonely road and dead-ends… Continue reading

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A great song and some poetry.

Lay lady lay —   She peeled her clothing off slow and easy like a stripper tempting a wanting man. She stood bare for me and I knew she wasn’t real. She looked… Continue reading

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‘Shipwreck memories’

Shipwreck memories   The irony of a long life. We will know joy and sadness. We will have good days and bad days. We will want to live forever and we shall want… Continue reading

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