(1) Thomas Wolfe - Poem by Uriah Hamilton
I try to walk softly on sand
Along the paths of human lives
Checking all impropriety
In a humble attempt
not to injure anyone.
I've never been too scandalous,
I've never tried to bed
even when I've been
I've tried to speak overwhelmingly eloquent
without accusations or contempt.
Like Thomas Wolfe,
I've spent more hours alone
than anyone I've known;
I've been on the verge of tears
Down through the decades
Of these lonely years.
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