A Life Too Long Poem by Uriah Hamilton

A Life Too Long

Rating: 5.0

A cold day freezes
My desperate thoughts
In a lonely place.

I can hear
A sad church bell chime
In a forlorn corner
Of this miserable city.

I never want
To live long enough
To forget
Kissing your lips
Lovelier than chardonnay

Or the intoxicating
Of seeing you
In your white sweater
And being swayed
By the sensual fragrance
Of your perfume.

Mary Nagy 27 January 2006

Oh, now this is very romantic! To feel such passion.........how nice! As usual...Sincerely, Mary

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Sandra Fowler 27 January 2006

Sadness plays in the mind like a beautiful song. A fine poem. Kindest regards, Sandra Fowler

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Ernestine Northover 27 January 2006

What's the name of this perfume, Uriah, think I'll have to get some. Again a lovely write, sad yet lovely at the same time. Love Ernestine XXX

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Ivy Christou 27 January 2006

you have mastered this romantic form Uriah! ! ! how about i give you a poetic challenge on this form? HBH

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Mahnaz Zardoust-Ahari 27 January 2006

I think if your intention was seduction you did it very well :)

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Mazey daisey 25 June 2007

i got lost in this poem..its beautiful

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Nimal Dunuhinga 08 August 2006

Life is too long for this stopover! ...........Uriah can we ask the stonemason to melt this heart? Love is a bond but we cannot let go? I love this poem very much.

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Pia Andersson 05 August 2006

oh this is beautiful beautiful beautiful I am not going to say any more Nothing more needs to be said...Pia

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