Tom Hamilton

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Tom Hamilton is an Irish Traveler. His short stories, poems, plays and articles have been widely published in hundreds of publications, periodicals and all other forms of media. Along with his lovely wife Mary Theresa and their four small adorable children, Tiffany, Hope, Catalina and Thomas he lives in Loves Park IL USA.

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Transfuse Me

I can tell you that darkness is not overrated.

Neither with its shadows, nor its sullen protection.

The dastardly defection of deflected glows can't grow.

Maize halos are afraid of such a hated acquaintance.

Felix The Cat's Head

I've got a cookie cutter
Shaped historically like the head
Of Felix The Cat and he
Doughs me out days like

April You

April you
throw your waste paper pillows,
like the billows of smoke from the pipes of far beings.

Two Hands

Sometimes the morning comes without warning,

and sometimes you have to wait.

Exit 00

you've seen that movie,
Denim jacket, jean, muscular wrench cord boy
picks up Pink, tank, top too shy for eye shadow girl his


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