Uriah Hamilton


(1) Time Grows Shorter but the Days Grow Longer


This could be
a small town
and you could be
on the nearest street
from where I live
and it would still seem
like you were
on an inaccessible island
across the sea.

I don’t expect
you would ever say hello again
should we cross paths
at the same intersection
where we first met,

but I still love you
and I can’t forget
Your hair in the sunlight
or your eyes in the rain
or anything I ever knew about you.

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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