Uriah Hamilton


My Heart Breaks But I’m You’re Man - Poem by Uriah Hamilton

I’ll kiss you
In another reality
Where the stars croon
Like a 1920’s singer.

Fantasy dances
In my eyes tonight,
Roses form wedding rings
And everywhere
There is a chapel
With open doors….

You know I love you,
Every myth is true,
There will never be
Greater lovers
Wandering these rainy streets again.


Comments about My Heart Breaks But I’m You’re Man by Uriah Hamilton

  • (3/26/2006 7:04:00 AM)


    a wonderful poem (Report) Reply

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  • (3/22/2006 7:06:00 AM)


    This is vintage Uriah Hamilton. What more needs to be said?

    Warm regards,

    Sandra
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  • (3/21/2006 8:26:00 PM)


    the astounding honesty
    rips into the heart
    just goes into it
    the truth
    of true love
    nothing like it
    and to gather words
    into a poem
    and then give that poem
    freely
    to all
    that deserves the
    highest praise
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  • (3/21/2006 8:12:00 PM)


    I agree with Ivy.........the sadness bleeds through yet it's such a beautiful poem! The romance and passion that is in your heart is so wonderful. You are just about as beautiful as a person I've ever known Uriah. You should know that (and believe that!) Sincerely, Mary (Report) Reply

  • (3/21/2006 7:21:00 PM)


    beautiful images in this romantic poem my friend, but I sense sadness behind the lines since from the title and the use of both fantasy and 'another reality' implies a desire for spending more time with her in real life than in dreams. Don't let your heart break Uriah, it is far too precious!
    excellent write!
    HBH
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  • (3/21/2006 6:46:00 PM)


    Very sweet and beautiful. Typical write from you, Uriah. Keep it coming. (Report) Reply

  • (3/21/2006 6:39:00 PM)


    As always, this is beautiful. You have a gift, Uriah, and I am so glad that you choose to share it with the rest of us.

    Much love and respect, my friend.

    Shannon
    xoxo
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 21, 2006



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