Tag Archive: Grandparent

Did I tell you

Did I tell you? Did I tell you how thankful I’m for you, my dear Grandparent? You gave me shelter, shared meals and wisdom. You taught me how to live. To appreciate life,… Continue reading

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Gift

Gift A Poem by Coyote Poetry Please watch the video. Word to know and live by. What hold value? I told the busy man. A controlled and organized life. It will leave you… Continue reading

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Happy Easter “Existence of love”

Existence of love. A Poem by Coyote Poetry For dear Grandparent missed. Existence of love. Ice cream with a cherry. A safe warm house. A big yard to play in. Kind smiles and… Continue reading

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True love gives all

True love gives all A Poem by Coyote Poetry A old and good memory. Our elders teach us how to live.                       True… Continue reading

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“Existence of love”

Existence of love. A Poem by Coyote Poetry For dear Grandparent missed. Existence of love. Ice cream with a cherry. A safe warm house. A big yard to play in. Kind smiles and… Continue reading

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Quotes of a tire man.

Quotes of a tire man. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just quotes for today. Few pay attention to a world willing to sacrifice their children for land and oil. We have learn nothing… Continue reading

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Existence of love.

Existence of love. A Poem by Coyote Poetry For dear Grandparent missed. Existence of love. Ice cream with a cherry. A safe warm house. A big yard to play in. Kind smiles and… Continue reading

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A good day to be alive my friend.

                          A good day to be alive my friend (Can you Move? Can you Think?¬†Do you have the ability to do… Continue reading

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The sheep and the wolf.

The sheep and the wolf A Poem by Coyote Poetry Easy to play the hunter. Hard to be the innocence sheep. But for a moment. The sheep and the wolf The man lifts… Continue reading

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Sanctuary of love and kindness.

Sanctuary of love and kindness. Old friends have left me. Warm and safe houses are gone. Friendly and kind words are missed. Old faces with smiles and with always¬† an open doors went… Continue reading

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