Sunday, March 9th 2003 - 04:12:50 PM
David, I was sorry to hear that you've been ill, and here's wishing you a speedy recovery!
Monday, March 3rd 2003 - 04:09:05 PM
Hi David I hope you feel better soon, Gen
Monday, March 3rd 2003 - 03:26:30 PM
I will be thinking of you every morning when the sun casts its first rays over the beautiful desert around me and in the evening during those last moments just before the glow leaves the mountains. Those to me are the strongest parts of the day when my deepest hopes will be heard. I am praying for your strong body and spirit to keep you around for awhile yet.
Monday, March 3rd 2003 - 03:08:38 PM
Mr. Coyote- All the desert rats, kangaroos, flowers, pup fish, rocks and bushes await your recovery. We all want you to be able to come out and lay about in the warm,seductive spring sunshine soon. We miss you. We love you. We need you. We can see you are on the road to a speedy recovery. You are brave and strong and wily.
Space Cow boy
Monday, March 3rd 2003 - 12:37:07 PM
What's this? You're lying about in some comfy bed somewhere? Get back to work, David!
Hope you're feeling better soon. ;)
Monday, March 3rd 2003 - 08:23:21 AM
My thoughts are with you for a speedy recovery.
Monday, March 3rd 2003 - 06:57:02 AM
Sending energy for full & fast recovery. Aloha nui loa ia oe. Hillel
Monday, March 3rd 2003 - 02:22:22 AM
Hope you are feeling better real soon. It is a wonderful feeling to have a friend on the other side of the world, especially one who writes as beautifully as you do.
Judging by some of the messages here it looks like even in hospital you are continuing to provide the kind of inspiration and warmth that the world needs so much,
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 11:09:32 PM
David, get well old timer; you are a prime force on Nice Stories; we need your input; you have a lot of guts, and I admire you immensely;
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 08:13:49 PM
Dear David, Well, we heard both the good news and the bad. The bad is that you have had a major surgery but the good is that you are doing well and will be better for it in the long run. Keep up your good spirits. I hope that you will be able to get back to us soon with your weekly website reports and the many environmental tidbits that you send our way. Love and best regards to and your wonderful companion Pam, Janet
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 04:07:39 PM
Oh David, I had no idea you were in the hospital! I'll send lots of healing thoughts your way and I hope you feel better very soon! The world is a much better place with someone like you in it and I'm honored to call you friend.
Love Debbie :-)
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 12:03:17 PM
David, sending healing thoughts your way. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 11:26:28 AM
oh mister coyote, you had better get well and back to your fine form, and i mean soon! mz conduct cannot function as well without you in the world.
love to the princess
Greg S. Monks
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 10:27:07 AM
Hi, David! Hope this finds you well and recovering. All the best! And looking forward to your momentous return to the writing world.
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 09:34:11 AM
Get up from there right now. The world needs nice folks like you in it, keeping everyone else on the straight and narrow. I know Jerry is going to write, but I wanted you to hear directly from me huge wishes for a speedy recovery!
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 09:27:35 AM
You are a strong individual and I know that this surgery is just a small blip in your long and prosperous life! My friend, I'm sending you some healing energy and I hope you accept it, for it will help.
Next time, let us know when you are having problems, I could have sent you some power before you entered surgery! You are a friend, you will always be a friend, and you are dear to me...
Sunday, March 2nd 2003 - 09:19:30 AM
Coyote, I was the one who emailed you last week some time about your beautiful short stories.and how much I am aspiring to write as descriptive as you do in your stories.
Saturday, March 1st 2003 - 06:34:24 PM
hi! it's an honor to met such a wonderful person like you. Thank you for letting me take care of you. You made my clinical day way better than my usual day at the hospital. I read some of your poems and i've seen the pictures. I loved it. and i enjoyed browsing your website. i'll visit your website once in a while from now on so i could read the short stories and find out how you doing. i pray that you'll have a speedy recovery.
Take care. God bless! and say hi to Pamela, Jascha, Venus, and most of all WARTY!!! :)
Saturday, March 1st 2003 - 04:02:54 AM
Nice site ... sorry we had to meet in the hospital ... m
Thursday, February 27th 2003 - 01:01:58 PM
Great website, pleasure caring for you this am, Gods speed to a quick and complete recovery.
Your Plasmapheresis Nurse
Friday, February 21st 2003 - 05:38:01 PM
Your site just gets nicer and nicer! I'm glad I was browsing my favorites and stopped in!
John Sales (salesie)
Monday, February 17th 2003 - 12:50:18 PM
A quick look this time, but I'll be back.
Kathryn Gabrielle (Lincourt)
Thursday, February 13th 2003 - 06:07:05 PM
Hello David, I have just had the distinct priviledge of browsing on this lovely site. I visited the photo album and the photos are absolutely stunning!! I visited the guest author page and read stories from G.S. Monks and Kelly Shaw both very good writers, whom I admire. I visited the poetry page, as poetry is my favorite muse. I love reading poetry and make any excuse to linger over its beauty and different
interpretations and the rhythm of the words and meter.
I most of all wish to thank David Coyote, a great human being and writer. A peaceful man who lives for his art.
God Bless You David. Kathryn Gabrielle
Sunday, February 2nd 2003 - 06:28:39 PM
Hi, David. Greg Monks here.
Just read All That Glitters. It's an entertaining little piece faintly reminiscent of Rod Serling style Twilight Zone-ish Fate, with the fellow caught and punished by his own hand, which however he may wish otherwise, is guided by Fate.
The dragonfly was a nice touch as well.
Saturday, February 1st 2003 - 08:21:54 PM
You've said it for all of us, David.
We just keep on marching day following day.
Requiescant in pace et lux aeterna luceat eis.
On a happier note: Gung Hei Fat Choi
Saturday, February 1st 2003 - 12:20:52 PM
Thanks for yet another piece of fine writing. Real atmosphere of cold on the Prairies and lives of people who deal with the elemental surroundings.
Sunday, January 26th 2003 - 01:03:09 PM
Stopped by to see how things are going. Things, by the way, look great. Hope you are well, in good health and good spirits.
Friday, January 10th 2003 - 02:54:35 AM
True, true, true
It's always the other guy.
I liked this short story. It tell us something with an economy of words.
Wednesday, January 1st 2003 - 06:19:21 AM
I loved the story about Dublin. I haven't been there but members of my father's family have lived there for generations. My mother's ancestors came from Mull. I have been there and seen the wind blown shores where my dispossessed Highland ancestors left from for North America two hundred years ago.
Thank you for letting us read Kelly's story.
And a Happy New Year to you all.
Sunday, December 22nd 2002 - 02:33:18 PM
"Do not go gently into that quiet night-
But rage-rage against the dying of the light".
Greg S. Monks
Sunday, December 22nd 2002 - 01:44:22 PM
This is a very thoughtful, very imaginitive and creative site. Nicely done!
Tuesday, December 17th 2002 - 03:43:31 AM
So many times you’ve captured the endless sandy shores in your photographs. I have been able dream here. I’ve been inspired here.
When we come into the world, Coyote, my friend, we are put in a three-foot cot. When we leave they place us in a six-foot box. It’s a heck of a struggle for a yard!
Finding places like this to rest is a blessing. A joy.
Dave Taylor (Space Cowboy)
Sunday, December 1st 2002 - 06:36:25 AM
Pertaining to your expose' "The Plot". Being something of a connoisseur of conspiracies, I find this one exceptionally acceptable. as it both exposes the evilness of the 'authorities', as well as justify, that is to say, explain some of my own misunderstood proclivities. Such brainwashing as described is, I imagine, impossible to undo, dooming the afflicted always to be obsessing on women's breasts. I fear that another burden is thrust upon the intelligent woman. Indeed, every unattached woman who perceives herself to be intelligent, in order to thwart this dispicable plot, must start making every effort to expose their breasts so as to attract otherwise intelligent men, so that the species is not bred down to the level the 'authorities' would have us at.
Wednesday, November 6th 2002 - 01:11:55 PM
Great collection of inspiring words
M. Dianne (CookieZeal)
Wednesday, October 30th 2002 - 04:23:25 PM
I was referred by Pat (StormDancer) from the AllPoetry.com site. She always gives a good throw to the audience on someone she's featuring. She is such a nice person. We've collaborated on several of her poems where I decided to add a dramatic/ recitation voice-over. It was thrilling.
I am going to continue to give your site a read, but so far it is a very interesting one. Not only in the contents, which has some of the finest verse and referred author's essays, but in the layout as well. It has a higher-brow academic level but with the tinge of what-not! Thank you. Warmly, CookieZeal/Dianne
( my list of poems can be seen at several sites on the web, including at AllPoetry.) http://fadingflower.com/getAuthor.cgi?id=3054
Tuesday, September 24th 2002 - 04:48:20 PM
Hi David, nice to see you featuring Joseph Kearney on your site. I remember him fondly from the WBM days (I'm 'budapest', or at least, I was budapest!). Talking of which, here's a square limerick...
A man known as Smithers
Man handles and delivers
Known hepatic specimins, oh quite
As in the organ on the right
Smithers delivers quite right livers.
Thursday, August 29th 2002 - 05:28:33 PM
Greetings David Coyote- As this may be confusing to some reading this I should explain that I am davidcoyote also, spellling my name as one word.
I am pleased that we meet and connect in cyberspace. I have browsed your site and read and enjoyed one of your short stories and will be back to read more.
At my site is an introduction to me, my pic, and how I got my name. WE are Brothers by name and in Spirit. Namaste davidcoyote arooooooo yipyipyip
Saturday, August 10th 2002 - 07:07:06 PM
i have been writing poetry for the past year, and playing with the thought of writing maybe 10 yrs. (ha)
Strmdancer sent me over for a visit
I am going to enjoy my visit for we have the same philosophy after reading your intro front page.
If you care to read my work, try AllPoetry, tamara88
Monday, August 5th 2002 - 04:32:00 PM
Truly a pleasure to stumble into your den.......I will return shortly to see whatever I missed today......lol
Saturday, August 3rd 2002 - 02:55:17 PM
Thankyou, Coyote. I loved your site. :)
Saturday, August 3rd 2002 - 12:23:24 PM
David, I enjoyed immensely my stay at your wonderful site. Much to set the heart afire, as well as great food for thought. You are very prolific. Keep up the vision, and I specially enjoyed the way you set your Haiku & photography.
Best to you,
Friday, July 19th 2002 - 05:47:12 AM
Ha! What an idiot!
Not you, silly!
That e-mail link in my post just now is long dead.
You know where I am, though.
Lost in space once again!
Friday, July 19th 2002 - 05:42:45 AM
Gosh, your site is beautiful, David!
I mean, I know I was here before and all, but it keeps getting better!
Thanks for steering me in the direction of your Guest Author section, eh? Nice, nice, nice. All of 'em!
Reread some of my very favorite poems just now, gave Warty a tickle behind the ear, and enjoyed the heck out of your stunning photos.
A real pleasure, Coyote-guy.
Have a wonderful weekend, y'hear?!
Monday, July 15th 2002 - 08:09:40 PM
Great site and a lot of great work.
Thursday, July 11th 2002 - 09:04:43 PM
It gets better everytime I visit...
Wednesday, July 10th 2002 - 06:36:06 PM
as i whisper
beautiful heart - roaming memory free,
take those threads of silver enchantment,
sweep across the river - snaking time,
slow waves, fast waves, relax in the sight
of bubbling liquid desires - love.
alive, alive, existence curves,
turn to find yourself there in the dreams
of your other lives gone, yet to come
greeting you with favoured scenes.
ancient i am, you are, we dive into infinity,
wander the meadows of eternity.
all the moments fallen are us,
here, there, everywhere, now,
i touch your cheek with graceful sliding
movement bringing pleasure’s laugh.
here again we be - living in arms
wrapped around loving future, past
comes alive as lips touch lips.
found you as your gaze trapped mine
for the first time in this shell,
dreams, hints of coloured beauty,
ring my ears with chimes,
rush across my soul - dig nails
into the corners where i slip
and slide reality as tremors dance.
eons to come, the end of time grins
as we wander the fields - dark green grass
of lifetimes gathered - share my eyes
and see the sounds inside mind
as i walk with soft tread your open thoughts.
new touch in this life, but remembrance leads us
on the complexity of the game,
different somehow than last time,
did i find you there, did you find me -
born here into heavy weights
i glance at your wondrous heart.
tribal weaves of beating songs,
may i have this dance again!
always the clan - safety for us,
first and foremost, is you, my love.
magical experience washes
the spaces in-between blinks.
this time: we are words, apart,
the rush of together transformed us
into a new whole, so lost before without
the warmth of your fire to ease pains,
i run my hair through your fingers
before kissing your neck to move skin.
remember me - hold me in the future’s love,
sparks fly north, south, east and west
as i place lips on eyelids in gentle tones.
again, again, again, meet me in the shades
of new life, love sweeping webs of old,
rise to us merging into our life.
soulmate, lifemate, time is on our side
as i whipser i love you.
pat williams lead me here :) peace to you :)
Wednesday, July 10th 2002 - 03:26:39 PM
I've enjoyed and have been touched by your powerful words and spectacular photographs. Thank You for sharing them.
particular favorites: Looking Onto Life's Pond, In Our Own Way.
Tuesday, July 9th 2002 - 11:39:08 AM
Great den. I realy enjoyed your site
Saturday, July 6th 2002 - 04:43:50 AM
My friend, John Longfield, directed me to your website awhile ago, as he knew I would appreciate your photography and haiku. He was quite correct!
This morning he emailed me, suggesting that I read Mal Sanderson's story. He was very moved by it and again was most correct in thinking that I would be, too. I can't begin to describe my reaction to the tale, but the imagery will haunt me for days to come: the beautiful and spiritual backdrop to such a horrible tale. Thank you so much for posting it!
Friday, July 5th 2002 - 09:45:40 PM
Wow, That mals sanderson story was so powerful it made me heartsick. Adult content sometimes seems so childish and spiteful. I hope I don't die before I get to grow up. I'm only 52. I still hate violence and people acting out their traumas. The gangs in Salinas do it. For What? What is gained? We all know what is lost. SSSSOOOOO Sad.
Friday, July 5th 2002 - 09:13:36 PM
Thank you for keeping me on your mailing list! The new story by Mal was brilliant! I always find great reading and inspiration in the coyote den. I'll be back...
Thursday, July 4th 2002 - 06:42:36 PM
I had to come back because I just discovered Photo/Haiku Galleries 1 and 2....WOW!
Thursday, July 4th 2002 - 06:37:02 PM
Delighted to find your den....adore those flower photos (your haiku is great too!)...and of course I enjoy your poetry. Email on its way re the Nature Poets new website.
Jerry & Virginia Hargarten
Wednesday, July 3rd 2002 - 01:23:40 PM
Tuesday, July 2nd 2002 - 02:35:00 PM
Hey mate called again and still love this place.
Tuesday, June 18th 2002 - 04:20:32 PM
Wow - that's some website you've got there! Started to just browse through the poetry and close to an hour later found I was still wandering. Had to stop but will definitely be back for another dip in the pool (bookmarked it right away!). Some very powerful and touching stories and ideas - you even got me teary-eyed once or twice, darn you! Not that I'm surprised, of course - you've given me a glimpse or two here and there over the years as we built or moved lab after lab. Keep up the good work, David! Later...
Friday, June 14th 2002 - 01:11:33 PM
I woke up in my dream and didn’t realize it until I woke up from my dream only to wonder if I was still dreaming.
Friday, June 14th 2002 - 10:23:41 AM
What an inspirational and creative web site David! Thanks for letting me know about it. I will definetly tell others
to check it out!
Wednesday, June 12th 2002 - 04:34:43 AM
Hope you are doing fine. Should you write/Publish something new, kindly let me know.
I miss writtenbyme a lot.
Thanks and Regards
Tuesday, June 4th 2002 - 10:00:22 AM
It's been a long time coming and a long time gone.
Friday, May 31st 2002 - 12:33:08 PM
A wonderful and uplifting site David, love all the short stories and poems and... everything. Keep writing.
Thursday, May 30th 2002 - 02:58:33 PM
I love the picture Haikus!!! :)Very Very Beautifully done!!!
Wednesday, May 29th 2002 - 06:24:40 AM
Thank you for the Spring gift of flowers and Haikus. No one was more beautiful than the other. Your kindess is wrapped in beauty.
Tuesday, May 28th 2002 - 07:34:53 PM
Hi David, Good to hear your *voice* again - in the form of Haiku. Absolutely gorgeous photos of your flowers. And, you are The Man when it comes to Haiku. Great stuff.
Tuesday, May 28th 2002 - 10:29:00 AM
Hi David & Pam,
Great Den! Had a wonderful time in Mexico. Looking forward to many more good times with our new neighbors in Cabo.
John & Ruth Posey
Friday, May 10th 2002 - 02:24:24 PM
Coyotemaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan, you found me again! Hehehe
What a wonderful website! I added it to favorites. :-)
Talk to you soon,
Wednesday, May 8th 2002 - 05:03:18 PM
great site! got it off of nicestories.com... love the paws. :)
Monday, May 6th 2002 - 10:46:30 PM
Hi Coyote, it's me Rita. Lovely website - have downloaded the pages - will go through them at leisure - just dropped in to say HI!
Sunday, May 5th 2002 - 08:39:54 AM
I love the paw prints! They're so cute!
Saturday, May 4th 2002 - 02:36:27 PM
Really got a good FEEL for SLOW DOWN and Watch the Kids. Good to know that you are taking each moment as it comes and living it. Not thinking about living it, or thinking about not living it, but just living it.
Hope all's well...am letting people know about your site. It's very good.
Saturday, May 4th 2002 - 09:59:12 AM
There are some right purty pictures on this here site. And now that I've signed in, you can't bite me. Hmph! Your loss!
Monday, April 29th 2002 - 08:05:23 AM
Nice cozy place you have here.
David Taub & k.t. Frankovich
Saturday, April 27th 2002 - 03:24:53 PM
Very best wishes from k.t. Frankovich and myself -
member of National Union of Journalists (UK)
Overseas columnist for Poetry Now (UK) magazine
Monday, April 22nd 2002 - 01:48:15 PM
BrytEyz has the right size
and the right kind of heart
To tell a tale, sing a song,
or perhaps just play her part
No matter the poison of choice
it's sure to be fair and doting
Claiming the praises of thee
the one and only D. Coyote!
Thought I'd stop on by and try
to leave something worth reading
Not shove a reading feast at you
when you don't feel much like eating
I hope I have accomplished the task
and left just enough to please you
Write me back if you're still hungry
I'd me more than happy to tease you!
Friday, April 19th 2002 - 03:48:54 PM
A cellist has come by and just thought she'd leave a snail trail here (since snails have no paws!) I'll surely be back!
Friday, April 12th 2002 - 11:28:13 PM
I am you, and you are me, and we are all in leather.
Wednesday, April 10th 2002 - 11:47:27 AM
YOUR DEN IS MAGNIFICENT! I WILL SLIP IN FREQUENTLY AND MAKE MYSELF AT HOME.
Tuesday, April 9th 2002 - 08:02:50 PM
As always, it's astounding.
Wednesday, April 3rd 2002 - 06:42:53 PM
D - this is a fabulous website!! I'm very impressed. I was also thrilled to find a story by Jennifer Jackson, who I recently discovered at thoughtcafe - she's an amazing writer. It is only natural that you will seek out, find, and promote great writing. I'm quite honored to join such illustrious company and, as always, am inspired by your wit, talent and wisdom. I will certainly be returning frequently to see what the coyote has in store for us.
Wednesday, April 3rd 2002 - 12:55:55 PM
Thanks for the continued good reading, David.
Tuesday, April 2nd 2002 - 11:01:50 PM
Having just driven 800 miles in two days, nothing compared to warthoggish adventures mind you, I remain impressed with your talent and abilities to snuffle out stories and newfangled angles and drepressions and hyperbolic transgressions regarding the vagaries and nuances and relative madness of the seemingly limitless variations of human madness and although the subject(s) at hand do seem to console and nurture compassionate responses from the continually softening process of the media, the value of these erudite sorties has yet to dawn upon my feeble mind. I love reading your work...........Warty is fascinatingly similar to my own Bobby, a beautiful knuckleheaded puppy who follows around any body who pays the slightest bit of attention to him until he gets kicked for being so naive.... deep sigh.......throw the poor dog a bone. Any way He always ends up howling at the moon before it is full. Gotta go now cuz I just got back from L.A. on a delivery. I definitely will keep reading now that you are wonderfully situated in this interesting vacation resort. Ciao to you and the lovely princess. Ambrogio and Michaela
Monday, April 1st 2002 - 07:51:54 PM
nice to hear from you. the tree is doing great,but i forgot the name.suzanne and the baby,Coleton, are all doing well. hope you and yours are all well.will stop by soon
Monday, April 1st 2002 - 05:11:58 AM
just read "dog" - i enjoyed it. and just wanted to let you know i'm still reading :)
take care, barbtries from wbm
mz conduct and her house of sin
Saturday, March 30th 2002 - 10:24:14 AM
Oh mister coyote, you have a beautiful site here. Love the haiku and pictures... soothing yet breathtaking!
Thursday, March 28th 2002 - 10:40:21 AM
Great site. Good to hear from you David. Dottye would like to hear from you too but she does not have a home computer or even use email. So you might call her at 619.683.2760 and invite her over to see your site and use it and so forth so that she can see the "creative applications" of computers and technology. Looking forward to seeing you and yours over the summer. You are a Coyote and I am the Foxworthy.
Monday, March 25th 2002 - 10:11:49 AM
I love reading your poetry and looking at all the fantastic pictures..... Nuthead is my sister too... She is the greatest isn't she.... I love her a whole bunch........ she has done excellent work on here.....
Monday, March 25th 2002 - 01:43:10 AM
Hi David, just dropped in to have a look round. The pictures are superb. Liked the wormy poems, and new story.
Drop in to "Thoughtcafe" sometime, you will get a big welcome... Regards Gerry.
David Arthur Walters
Saturday, March 23rd 2002 - 04:58:53 PM
David to David:
Just dropped in to hang for a few minutes. Thank you for your hospitality!
Saturday, March 23rd 2002 - 02:12:56 PM
David, I am truely impressed. This is just grand, my friend..
Thursday, March 21st 2002 - 07:15:24 AM
Thanks for inviting me to visit your impressive site. All your fine writing on a "one stop shop" location. Very accessible because its key now resides in my Favourites for me to click whenever I need to read and reflect on life, its vagaries and charms (etc).
Congrats to you and. Shirley. I dedicate the following quote to you both: *I do not like the phrase: Never cross a bridge until you come to it. The world is owned by people who cross bridges on their imaginations miles and miles in advance of the procession.*
(Can't remember who said or wrote it, so I'll attribute it to Anon.)
Monday, March 18th 2002 - 08:46:50 AM
Thanks for the look into your world.
Friday, March 15th 2002 - 08:52:52 AM
I like this very much David. I have some lines of poetry from a book on Irish Literature I have been reading. The poetry is by Thomas Moore. When I have finished the book I'll write these lines here. Till then,
Thank you and au revoir.
Wednesday, March 13th 2002 - 12:56:45 AM
I haven't looked around much yet, but will add to my favorites and stop by again sometime. Just thought I would say hello while I am here. :)
Tuesday, March 12th 2002 - 07:28:29 PM
You know this, but you have a really nice little lair here. Glad I stumbled across it.
Monday, March 4th 2002 - 02:17:40 AM
Felt like howlin' at the moon and I knew just the right place to come! Very nice site, David. Can't wait to see it grow!
Sunday, March 3rd 2002 - 08:54:20 PM
hello there david
saw your writings on wbm...and enjoyed visiting your site.
loved the poem speak to me. beautiful.
Robin aka kelly195
Saturday, March 2nd 2002 - 04:46:01 PM
The only word that comes to my mind is overwhelming. Your poems should be read one at a time to absorb the wisdom they possess. The pictures are beautiful. Ocean Sunset Reflections is a place you could lose yourself. Shirley did an amazing job with your website. I will come back when I have much more time. It's like a museum and you really need time to stop at each exhibit to do it justice. Thank you for the link. I am always very interested in learning more about poetry and good critiques. Be well..Robin
Saturday, March 2nd 2002 - 12:58:47 PM
you have a splendid site here...a site for sore eyes perhaps? I am elated to have you as a fan and am yours as well!
and bottoms up always,
from the House Of Sin and all of her naughty contents
Wednesday, February 27th 2002 - 09:29:45 PM
i'm signing on my way in and can only comment that i am in agreement with your welcoming statement as it relates to whether or not war is necessary...looking forward to finding out about you now...:)
(barbtries at wbm)
Wednesday, February 27th 2002 - 04:25:04 PM
Very cool site, waaaay better than mine. I like the pictures with their poems the best. Great work...see ya around.
Wednesday, February 27th 2002 - 04:22:27 PM
Quite an interesting site. Your words have such comfort. I tried out the voice recording and the voice is so eloquent and calming. The photos are nice as well...I need to spend a little time with the Haikus though, I feel that they express what the picture is saying, but right now I cannot feel it...too stressed.
Joumana aka Alpaca
Wednesday, February 27th 2002 - 06:07:27 AM
Coyote, did you take these pictures? WOW! I'm impressed, and I love the quotes that go with them. i'll be back to look at your site more thoroughly :)
Bobbie Ann Pimm
Tuesday, February 26th 2002 - 09:43:26 PM
An absolutely beautiful site. I'm sorry I didn't read more of your work at wbm, but now I can catch up. I've added it to my favorites and will drop by again to read more. I'll be adding a link to you on my site.
In addition, I have plans to add a visiting poet's corner to my site. I hope you will consider submitting something -- one of your favorites.
Bobbie Ann Pimm
Tuesday, February 26th 2002 - 05:13:00 PM
Looks like a beautiful site, wish my browser could read it better. Beautiful words and pictures.
Tuesday, February 26th 2002 - 08:23:21 AM
You are truly a philosopher of the world.
Love the site---Gerry.
PS. This is my third attempt to sign, if you don't read this, you will know it failed again $;-)
Tuesday, February 26th 2002 - 08:10:23 AM
wonderful site, David, just like you. Thanks for directing me. president of your fan club, sherry
Monday, February 25th 2002 - 11:38:24 AM
You are a true philosopher of the world, and have a great site here. I will be returning. Gerry aka sadie.
Monday, February 25th 2002 - 08:55:53 AM
by the way, can i put your link on my *Lovely Links* page? You can see it with link provided. Thanks coyoteman.
Monday, February 25th 2002 - 08:41:45 AM
Now that I have your fingerprint, I'll be checking the FBI files... Love your pawprints, miss you, please visit me...and thanks for stopping by GrassHoppa's Field. I'm at AuthorsDen now posting my junk and what-not. Toodles!
Sunday, February 24th 2002 - 01:03:40 PM
Sure will miss WBm, and hope I can find this site again so we can keep in touch. you're a talented writer whom I admire very much!
Gerald-gerry aka sadie
Sunday, February 24th 2002 - 12:25:48 PM
David, love your site, will be back often.
You are a great philosopher of life and have obviosly left your mark on many people. Thank you for reading my work and for your guidance and comments. Keep in touch my friend.
N.B. San Diego
Saturday, February 23rd 2002 - 11:19:26 AM
Thank you for providing this link. I hope to keep reading your meaningful material long after WBM is gone...
Saturday, February 23rd 2002 - 06:52:53 AM
Now, here I am signing the 'woof' book. Nice site, David. Thanks for the invite. (Yes, I will put it on my 'favorite' list...kone
Monday, February 18th 2002 - 01:00:39 PM
I am honored to be in dcoyote's circle of influence.
In praise of the desert: "This is the desert. There is nothing here. Nothing at all."
Dina de Serrano
Monday, February 18th 2002 - 09:11:34 AM
David: I am a friend of Shirley´s from Guatemala City, Guatemala Central America and love what she did for you. I have not read your poems but that is my next step. I just want to tell you that you are very lucky to count with someone like Shirley in your life. Wishing you all the success in this and whatever project to start with, Hugs to Shirley, Dina
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 09:08:21 PM
Very nice site. Glad to hear from you again...it's good to know that there's a person out there like you spreading the love...hopefully, it's as contagious as I believe it to be.
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 07:28:54 PM
this is really what a personal site should look like. SHirley has done a great job, and your beautiful work stands out so amazingly..
one day, some day, i will call shirley and say HELP....
as for the content in your site, David you alwways have known i hold you in very high esteem. Bravo...
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 03:20:26 PM
Hi Coyote! Just leaving my little paw print here... Amazing site! Love your work, all of it!!! (: and I'm suppose to say NutHead sent me, but I'm calling her Webmaster Supreme from now on ;) Regards ...Sara
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 02:29:52 PM
Exceptionally done website just wonderful~`*Teri
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 01:34:00 PM
I find yr poetry and art very soothing to my soul. Keep up the great work.--Rose
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 12:58:16 PM
I love your site! This is my second visit and I plan many more, in fact I plan to put it on my list of favorites! Can I have your permission to put your link in my AD den as one of my favorites?
I hope to read more from you soon! I miss our little talks. BTW, nut-head told me to come?
Hey nut...what can you do for my forum? Someone made it for me and it isn't what I want! HELP!
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 10:25:14 AM
When a dream speaks of the stones and sand and sun, dreams in the virtual reality of interpersonality flung worldwide, tasty dreams in Coyote words--hear, dry ones, the stones speak the dreams of Coyote!
Saturday, February 16th 2002 - 10:08:05 AM
When a dream comes to the dry sands and stones and sun of the beauty of God, and the dream is put into the virtual reality of interpersonality and is flung into the world wide, a dream should be as good as this one. Que sueno, how the stones speak of the tracks of Coyote!
Friday, February 15th 2002 - 07:59:49 PM
http://www.libraryofvision.com Nice job!
David- check out the second sentence in your intro- the one about Gandhi - I think you have the "espouse" phrase reversed."
Thursday, February 14th 2002 - 09:37:19 PM
Very, very cool!
Nothing short of WONderful!
Ha! That, TOO, of course!
Di (a.k.a. katiegolde)
Thursday, February 14th 2002 - 01:42:19 PM
Just slipped in after floating aimlessly through WBM's pages. Loved the site David and more so love your writing! Cya!
Deanna J. Jones
Monday, February 11th 2002 - 12:36:55 PM
Very nice site, David. I've included you in my bookmarks, and will visit often. =cD
Monday, February 11th 2002 - 10:13:05 AM
Hey, Coyote! I never sign these things, but yours is worth it :-) Thanks for pointing me in this direction.
Karen a.k.a. GrassHoppa
Sunday, February 10th 2002 - 07:55:13 AM
Hi David! Great biography, photos and haiku. Inspired to start a web page of my own. Will give you address when I *move in.* Love the little rock pebble things... Happy Valentines Day, David! xoxo Grasshoppa
Saturday, February 9th 2002 - 10:00:02 PM
We must awaken people or we will not be to dream.
Saturday, February 9th 2002 - 09:18:48 PM
Been meaning to read more of your stuff for some time.
Saturday, February 9th 2002 - 07:15:31 PM
Thanks, David, for directing me to your comfortable and very inviting den. A neat retreat! You can bet I'll be back frequently to uncover the many trasures you've collected and stored in the various nooks and crannies of this lair.
Saturday, February 9th 2002 - 04:56:07 PM
Excellent web page, David.
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 06:28:50 PM
. . . trippy, david; very. very trippy site. i like it!!! :)
Robin aka kelly195
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 06:27:24 PM
YOur webpage is so beautiful. I feel like I found an oasis. I have read several articles and will be back when I have time to do them justice. . . . lovely
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 06:25:27 PM
1st visit. Enjoyed the sights and depths of write. cool pics - you and the moonhowler. peace&prayers, poet David Coyote
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 06:23:30 PM
Hello David! See you around PH :)
Rob (the sod!)
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 06:21:47 PM
Great to see all your writing collected together in one place (the WBM server is so bloody slow), and I'm enjoying reading your Premise series again. Keep taking the pills.
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 06:18:35 PM
The pupil was here to check on his 'guru'.
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 06:17:21 PM
David, thsi is just wonderful! As your #1 fan I am so sorry I didn't get here sooner, but then you know what I've beenup to lately . . . Keep writing my friend. Peace . . .
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 04:40:13 PM
http://www.amazon.com (books/All Wordly Pursuits)
Howdy David, Your home page looks cool. I'm looking forward to spending more time surfing around in it. My schedule is very busy right now, but I'll have more free time during the winter. More soon
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 04:37:09 PM
Thanks for your comments on my various articles. Re The Global Village, this is also posted on my website. Best Wishes David T
Wednesday, February 6th 2002 - 04:34:53 PM
Those were beautiful David! So full of passion and the joy of living. Mary
Tuesday, February 5th 2002 - 11:26:34 AM
David, I am not surprised at the beauty and simplicity of your site. I look forward to reveling in its success. Nemaste!
David Munn (Aussiescribbler)
Tuesday, February 5th 2002 - 03:14:12 AM
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
1 room with bath
Oh, I see, it's not that kind of guestbook.
Hey, this is pretty cool looking site already. I'll be back often,
Friday, February 1st 2002 - 05:28:47 PM
Very classy Coyote! May your best dream come true (lease include something for me in it, like a pile of $100 bills). Kawika Haole
Wednesday, January 30th 2002 - 06:59:40 PM
Well, for a fur-ball coyote, I'd say this is pretty darn good! Congratulations on now being able to spread your word to the masses and thanks to Shirley for her committed and diligent work on putting this together!
Wednesday, January 30th 2002 - 05:26:15 PM
great site david , its about time
Tuesday, January 29th 2002 - 12:23:21 PM
Thought you might like a guestbook on your new site? *giggles*