Uriah Hamilton

Comments about Uriah Hamilton

  • Will Barber (7/26/2006 4:49:00 PM)

    A portrait of Mr. Hamilton is worth ten U.S. dollars. Cumulatively, you may consider his word-portraits as approximately: priceless.

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  • Shannon Chapel (1/30/2006 6:56:00 PM)

    Uriah,
    You have a resplendent spirit. Your beauty blinds us - illuminating the far reaches of our tortured souls to reveal the hope that cautiously lingers there.

    I've come to admire you as a poet and love you as a person. You have affected me in ways words cannot express, and this old heart will never be the same. I am honored and humbled to call you my friend.

    With much love and respect,
    Shannon

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  • Ivy Christou (11/24/2005 2:43:00 PM)

    sometimes you get to know people through their poetry and some others through the kind comments. You write magnificent pieces that can pierce any heart, you are talented Uriah, very talented! And you are a compassionate person, caring and loving. People like you are ment to be happy but it may take a while just to make your wings stronger :)
    take care
    HBH

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  • Mary Nagy (11/18/2005 3:26:00 PM)

    Uriah, I have to comment again......I have grown to care so much for you! You are a treasure and I am so glad we've bumped into eachother here. I will always care about you and hold a special place for you in my heart. I hope you find happiness because I don't know anyone that deserves it more! Your friend always, Mary

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  • Lori Boulard (11/16/2005 1:09:00 PM)

    Uriah, I first noticed you because of your thoughtful comments, but I must say that the more you write, the more I want to read! Your style is refining and the imagery just gets better...even dappled with occasional optimism! Keep up the good work, and for what it's worth, I hope someday you get the girl.

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  • Joy Vanderhelm (11/14/2005 4:33:00 PM)

    Your poetry is so honest and touching. Such compassion makes me think there is hope for even the most low of creatures to find peace. I only hope to come within a fraction of your talent. You are a master of the written word.

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  • Susan Alldred-lugton (9/17/2005 9:51:00 PM)

    Uriah the compassionate poet: reads absorbs and takes the time to comment

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  • Adriana Cruz (9/7/2005 1:28:00 PM)

    of all the poets on this website, i value most yours and tiffany etter's work and your constant positive support you give in all the comments you leave me. thank you so much, uriah.

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  • Mahnaz Zardoust-Ahari (8/24/2005 10:59:00 AM)

    You are always very sweet in everything you post. I do love reading your poems...especially when you first post them. You are a wonderful poet and man.

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  • Rev. Dr. A. Jacob Hassler (8/8/2005 3:09:00 PM)

    you have written some fantastic and enviable work. the fact that you enjoy my ramblings is beyond me, but i do appreciate the encouragement!

    They say times are hard, if you don't believe it
    You can just follow your nose
    It don't bother me - times are hard everywhere
    We'll just have to see how it goes
    (b.d.)

    Jake

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Best Poem of Uriah Hamilton

A Stranded Girl On A Friday Night

She was weeping when we met
Outside a party store
Where the lonely purchase their wine;
Her boyfriend had left her behind
All sad and lost after a fight,
Most likely, about inconsequential things.

I picked her up, half out of human kindness,
Half to be beside a female body
Despite how red and unhappy her face.
She was a beautiful girl in a simple way,
She wore a plain flowery dress
With some charming appeal I can’t explain.

She tried to express in broken sentences
Why she and her boyfriend were upset;
I mostly heard tears and my boyfriend ...

Read the full of A Stranded Girl On A Friday Night

Small Note

I need a flowery-path destination,
an escape from unhappy solitary confinement
in a personal space of negativity.

Somewhere there is immense sunlight
and a summer park filled with laughter
and beautifully sweet people falling in love.

I want a landscape of plush trees