S. J. Fulton
Poems of S. J. Fulton
|1.||A Knight Curses God in the 1361 Plague||5/14/2005|
|2.||A Woman in a Very Hostile Land||5/14/2005|
|3.||Concerning Joe McCarthy||5/14/2005|
|6.||O Oil Slick||5/14/2005|
|8.||Song of the Exiles||5/14/2005|
|9.||Sonnet to J.L. #1||5/14/2005|
|10.||Sonnet to J.L. #5||5/14/2005|
|11.||Sonnet: To Emily Dickinson||5/14/2005|
|12.||The Hills of Aiea||5/14/2005|
The Hills of Aiea
To the hills of Aiea, Kamehameha came,
Lord of his people on isles beyond his seeing.
Shading his eyes, the king stood cloaked in fame
And crowned by a curious crested feathered helm.
To us, he might have looked the very being
Of another sea-king of an ancient island realm.
Seafaring son of wandering island folk,
Chivalrous in the way of savage men,