Tag Archive: Poem

A old poem with the same meaning-What will be left?

What will be left? A Poem by Coyote Poetry We need to show concern for Nature. Before she disappears.   What will be left? I took my children to the lake. Signs are… Continue reading

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Pryde amazing verbal poetry.

 

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“Bare and true”

Bare and true A Poem by Coyote Poetry Few times in a life. We open up to another and show them the real person.    Bare and true She was a noble beauty… Continue reading

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“Whisky lullaby”

Whiskey lullaby “Extensible Senses”, 2015-2016, Yuriy Ku Drop A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Whiskey lullaby I watched her undress slowly. She have found me drinking whiskey alone at the Monterey Bay. … Continue reading

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“Just a ghost in this house”

Just a ghost in this house A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. < Just  a ghost in this  house Once love  was  alive and well in our home.  Laughter, song  and  the… Continue reading

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Just might

Just might A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words Just might She gave me a kind smile as we danced the Texas two-step. She whispered in my wanting hears. “Dear Johnnie. People are… Continue reading

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“Jennifer”

Jennifer   A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words. I found the poem in a 25 year old journal. Had to re-written.   Jennifer I called my Jennifer from the pay-phone in downtown… Continue reading

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“Dear Amie”

Dear Amie (Denying love rewards leave you with great  regret) Sweet words once whispered by a ancient Poet. Dear Amie. Sweet and kind Poet. All of us hold madness, anger and regret. The… Continue reading

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“Stay or flee?”

Stay or flee? She watched the midnight moon and she wondered. Should she stay or flee? Her wild eyes filled with soft tears and she whispered to her sleeping lover. I will break… Continue reading

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“Never left to lose”

Never left to lose A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words, photo and song. I lay in the silence of deadening silence. All dreams dead and buried when you left me alone. You… Continue reading

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