Tag Archive: Coyote Poetry

First words, last words..

First words, last words A Poem by Coyote Poetry  Words can have great power. False words can brake a heart forever. Word of true love can make us desire the moon and the stars. … Continue reading

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Beautiful Laura sat by the sea..

Beautiful Laura sat by the sea A Poem by Coyote Poetry  Beautiful places and things can’t be forgotten.                          Beautiful Laura sat by the sea.. I sat in a field of wildflowers.The scent of… Continue reading

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It is cut and dried.

It is Cut and dried. A Poem by Coyote Poetry  Old words still mean the same.                      It is cut and dried.. Old man sitting at the Old Fox tavern.Drinking his rum and coke… Continue reading

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One poem by a ancient writer and one poem by me.

Two poems. One poem by a ancient writer and another by a almost ancient writer. A Poem by Coyote Poetry  Thomas Nashe words are true today as 400 years ago. The world will struggle.… Continue reading

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My Ojibwa grandmother chant..

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Sweet surrender..

Sweet surrender A Poem by Coyote Poetry  We must forget old wounds and open new doors.                                Sweet surrender.. Lost… Continue reading

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Art and words..

Art and words A Poem by Coyote Poetry  Art is poetry for the eyes.                                Art and words.. In ancient China. They believed there was a affinity between painting and poetry.The true masters of… Continue reading

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Daydream poetry..

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A Phil Ochs song and a poem.

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New Orleans…

New Orleans… (For my kindest muses. Dear Allsion.) I found you in the Jazz club dancing alone in a silky dress, closed eyes and moving bare feet. I watched you danced to the… Continue reading

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