“Sunday lovers”

  Sunday lovers Me and you lost in cotton sheets. The sun sneaked into the room and you bring your body closer. You whispered. It is Sunday morning and we have no place… Continue reading

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Always, Isn’t Forever

Powerful poetry and thoughts by a outstanding writer.

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Listen to my inner voice – part 2 –

“Be an flexible branch than an dead root”

Be an flexible branch than an dead roots A Story by Coyote Poetry I learn the past is gone and today actions matter, by a New Orleans Tarot card reader.                             Be an… Continue reading

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At What Age Did You Lose Your Compassion?

Originally posted on Kayla Hunt Poetry:
At what age did you lose your compassion? At seven did that bully who pushed you on the playground teach you that some people are just mean.…

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Hope

Originally posted on Hortus Closus:
Painting by Jia Lu Hope and light vanished In the valley of delusion, The world fades to grey. The wanderers spread the flame, They restore a forgotten world.

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A thousand years

A thousand years A Poem by Coyote Poetry Love never die my friend. Just a place we must water and care for. A thousand years Where are you, my sweet lover? I searched for… Continue reading

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“The midnight hour”

You cross my mind in the midnight hours A Poem by Coyote Poetry Love is a wild dance. Leave us holding tightly. Hoping forever with the breaking dawn ready to end the perfect… Continue reading

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Good song and some poetry.

God’s going to cut you down (Johnnie Cash) A Poem by Coyote Poetry I have been listening to Neil Young and Johnnie cash tonight. Good song create powerful poetry.     God’s going to… Continue reading

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“Who can limit love?

    Who can limit love? She wanted to be the Joan of Arc in the mystery of love. I told her. Love is like the early morning tide of the sea. You… Continue reading

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