Tag Archive: John Coyote

“Please come home to me”

Please come home to me   I called you from Monterey. I told you the sea is so beautiful. The Pacific ocean sings to me, bring me hope. I drink coffee all day.… Continue reading

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“Spin the bottle”

Spin the bottle Old man sat alone. He told me, “Damn if you do, damn if you don’t. Life is like spin the bottle and playing with your sister. All you get is… Continue reading

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Lake St. Clair prayer

A Lake St. Clair prayer A Poem by Coyote Poetry I spend the day alone by Lake St. Clair. Wrote many new poems.                               A Lake St. Clair prayer I’m far from my… Continue reading

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The lull of your lullaby

The lull of your lullaby     I thirst for darkness, not light, I seek wild dances, not the shade of real love that will fade, I want the divine kiss and the… Continue reading

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Love behold, love be bold

Love behold, love be bold A Poem by Coyote Poetry Poetry for the new book, The island.                                  Love… Continue reading

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The Island- part four

(The Island- part four A Chapter by Coyote Poetry New chapter)   The Island- part four   I liked the Captain face. He had a ancient and kind face. He took my hands… Continue reading

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The Island

(New book started. I hope you like)   The Island- Part one A Chapter by Coyote Poetry A dream turned story.   The Island I am sitting alone near Lake Huron in Port… Continue reading

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Let us kiss and never part

Let us kiss and never part   She told the wandering soldier, be my love and stay with me in old Monterey. She brought his face into her warm bosom and she sang… Continue reading

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“I called your name”

I called your name   Beautiful lady weeps for me. I departed for unknown destination. I didn’t know. First tears will take us to weight-full memories and places amidst lonely descended wants and… Continue reading

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Last chance motel

The last chance motel   Summer Texas night, cold drink and no-place to go. Michigan dreamer, drinking his Long Island teas and writing into a journal. “Song of my father, songs of the… Continue reading

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