Tag Archive: Coyote Poetry

Daybreak confession to the sea.

Daybreak confession to the Sea A Poem by Coyote Poetry In a life we must add up what we have done. Re-set our journey and begin again. ¬† Daybreak confession to the Sea… Continue reading

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Memory of a Mother. (A poem to celebrate the woman who mold the world for us.)

Memory of a Mother A Poem by Coyote Poetry I was raised by a stepmother. I called her mother. She gave love and raised many children. The word Mother should be used in… Continue reading

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Father’s burden.

Father’s burden. A Poem by Coyote Poetry My father taught me to appreciate laughter and woman. Father’s burden (My father¬† was a Ojibwa/Mexican man in 1950 USA. He never allowed anyone to look… Continue reading

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Shadows

Shadows A Poem by Coyote Poetry We can’t escape the bad or the good done in a life.                             Shadows… Continue reading

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The human touch.

The human touch. A Poem by Coyote Poetry The easiest gift to give is concern, time and to listen. In a world of fast pace and little time. We must slow down and… Continue reading

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