She was a diamond…


She was a diamond

A Poem by Coyote Poetry
"We need to be thankful when we hold something precious in our hands."

She was a  Diamond

                               20 Nov. 1994

The drunk man toasts to better days.
We touched shot glasses.
I asked him.
Did he ever see a woman who shone like a diamond?
So bright  with hope and love.
She can bring you out of this hell?
My drunk friend just turns away.

I wandered to a safe and quiet corner.
I remembered her blue eyes.
Clear as a mountain stream.
Her flowing auburn hair.
Her beautiful smile that still can bring a smile back to me.

She was a baby in living.
I was soil with hate and disappointment.
Today I wonder why she came to me?

In a dark corner of a dancing Bar in Austin, Texas.
She came to me with a sweet smile.
She asked…

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Pretty lady dancing in the streets of San Francisco,

blessing my world with her laughter and her beauty.

I joined her in the dance and I whispered to her.

You are myAphrodite,

you make my world turn beautiful and wonderful.

She smiled and she told me.

We have the California sun, the sea near.

You and I have found paradise in the city of love.

Dancing Coyote

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Fall sweet honey….


Fall sweet honey…

Beautiful as the rising Summer sun,
sweet and kind like the fresh Fall sweet honey.
She told me, if you want me.
Must leave your tomb and find me.
A divided heart will die a lonely one.

I told her, tragedy of a cowardice life.
Is accepting not enough.
Slaying your dreams and settling for a subtle life.
Waiting for nothing.

Sweet girl left Texas. She left to find sweet dreams and
I accepted dark skies and a trouble heart.

But it is okay, my tire bones don’t want much anymore.
Sweet and kind woman can arouse tire hope and spirit for a moment,
the bruised heart need some kind of peace and calm.
I see in sweet dreams. A beautiful girl dancing, drinking and
celebrating being alive in the city of lights.

Autumn is coming and I know she is content.
She took me to Paris…

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