Tag Archive: Coyote Poetry

‘Sunday lovers’

Sundays lovers   Me and you lost in the cotton sheets. The sun sneaked into the room and you brought your body closer to me. You whispered. It is Sunday morning and we… Continue reading

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The Poet

The Poet You make words come alive and vibrant, you love books and words. You whispered words to create escape and better place. “Dear Poet, talk to me, read to me and whisper… Continue reading

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‘The war, the blood and the gun

The war, the blood and the gun   No-one is screaming for the child of war. They have known only blood and the sound of war. Who do we blame my friend?  … Continue reading

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‘Killing me softly

Killing me softly   You are my barefoot dream and wish. I have loved you more than anyone or anything since you came to me in your Summer dress and whispered a sweet… Continue reading

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A woman, like you.

A woman, like you. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Reading my poetry from 1993. Made me think of a good memory and good time. A woman. like you.   Me and my sweet… Continue reading

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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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‘I adored you

I adored you   I loved you near and afar, I loved your soft voice and beautiful face. I stood near you and we held hands and shared drinks. We traveled California one… Continue reading

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A California a-dreaming

A California a-dreaming   Once on a full moon night in the Winter of 1992, I found my true love. I saw her dancing and moving for me and she bewitched my heart… Continue reading

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‘The rising sun’

The rising sun   I sat in the New Orleans in 1996 in a old rustic tavern on main street. I liked New Orleans, hard time and hard days couldn’t kill her spirit.… Continue reading

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Love letter–part two

Love letters –part two A Poem by Coyote Poetry                                                  … Continue reading

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