The Empty Chair

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Nuggets of Gold

75ea6565cb14272db62a3b7de57f2020The chair remains empty as it stands still.

Someone should be going to work today, but their desk remains untouched.  Someone should be going to school today and chatting with their friends, but their seat in the classroom remains empty.

A deep sadness echoes from the family portrait hanging on the wall.   No one knew  that it would be the last one taken.  The bike stands in the garage waiting for its rider who didn’t know that they had taken their last ride.  The little Tyrannosaurus Rex stands on top of the mound of sand in the sandbox.  His days of conquering mountains are over.

There is a  gift wrapped box that will never be opened.  There is a  wedding dress that will never be worn. 

The faithful dog watches for the return of  his Master to come down the road.  His eyes never waver as they stare,  not…

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I cheated and regret it

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The Shaming Room : Pieces of me

[Remorse] It happened two nights ago. I have been with my girlfriend for 5 years straight without one single fight and we are very much in love, not one fight. But this night I was alone with friends and went out with them to a casual bar. One of my friends sister was there and I always thought she was cute but it never even crossed my mind on cheating and much much less with her. Well she started flirting but I did not continue the flirt, at first. We started drinking more and one of my friends got really wasted so we started the 30 min walk home. In my drunken state I wanted to continue the party and told everyone that we should go to club that was near by. Obviously no one cared to go… but her. She immediately responded yes and we went to the club…

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I don’t remember

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I don’t remember how you look

A Poem by Coyote Poetry


Old thoughts and the desires to remember faces lost in time.


                                I don’t remember how you look

I don’t remember how you look.
Your eyes were blue, maybe hazel green?
I don’t know if your hair was golden blond or
maybe strawberry red?

I tried to describe you and each time I remember less.

I tried to envision you in my mind.
Each time I try. I remember less.

Sometime I dream of grasping your long hair.
Our bodies fighting each other for the sake of pure
pleasure only.
You calling out my name.
Sweet words of love spoken in the turmoil of sex.
Just kind words to reward the fulfillment of the body.
Not the heart.

I yearn to see you still.
Your hello’s were so sweet.
The goodbyes were long and written deep on the

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