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Coyote Stories/Poems


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  • Poems

    Coyote Gulch
    Coyote Morning

    Coyote Morning

    Old men
    and old coyote dogs
    boil their dreams in the sun
    served steaming within a bowl
    filled with shadows
    rolling sticks onto the ground
    and making wild songs
    while they smack their lips
    and spit out the dust
    blown in by the winds
    nameless
    and place-less
    but hard to ignore.


    Coyote Gulch

    Coyote runs along the river
    trees
    offer their roots to the rhythm
    which is deeper
    quieter
    moving with the sun
    my memories are a 4-legged
    song.




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