Tag Archive: Paris

She wanted Paris and I wanted her. “City of lights.”

City of lights A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Part three. Warning This Chapter is rated Mature and may contain material unsuitable for readers under 18.                       City of lights We would arrive in… Continue reading

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The train ride to Paris. Part two.

The train ride to Paris A Chapter by Coyote Poetry Part two of my new story. Warning This Chapter is rated Mature and may contain material unsuitable for readers under 18.                       The… Continue reading

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She wanted Paris and I wanted her.

                                         Paris in 1976 She wanted Paris and I wanted her A Chapter by… Continue reading

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No words Wednesday

  Downtown Basel, Switzerland  1979     Outside of Paris. Men who fought and die to keep Europe free   Beautiful Florence. A ancient city filled with history and tale.   I told… Continue reading

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Freedom isn’t free. It is very costly. Hold tightly to freedom.

                                                          Soldier graveyard outside of Paris.                                                        Freedom isn’t free. It is very costly. Hold tightly to freedom. Many had died for us to be able to have opportunity and to know freedom.… Continue reading

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Brother peace and sister love.

Brother peace, sister love. A Poem by Coyote Poetry War is alive and well. Why? English: PEARL HARBOR (Nov. 11, 2010) Naval Station Regional Ceremonial Guard conducts a 21-gun salute in honor of… Continue reading

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Brother peace, sister love.

Brother peace, sister love. A Poem by Coyote Poetry War is alive and well. Why?  9-11 is here today.  Remember New York city and pray for the families. English: PEARL HARBOR (Nov. 11,… Continue reading

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Brother peace, sister love.

(A prayer for peace) Brother peace, sister love. I had sat by graves of 20,000 Soldiers killed in World War two outside of Paris.  Men who died for freedom. The last war. I… Continue reading

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