Uriah Hamilton

Uriah Hamilton Poems

561. Beautiful With Sadness 4/13/2009
562. Kiss Her Photograph 2/27/2009
563. Motorcycle Monks Digging St. Clare 2/16/2009
564. A Secretary Or A Waitress 6/3/2008
565. Resist And Succeed 5/20/2008
566. The Personality Of God 8/24/2008
567. Ever Being In Love Again 7/21/2008
568. I'Ve Never Really Been In Love 10/23/2008
569. There Is Only God 10/28/2008
570. Destinations Worse Than The Grave 11/6/2008
571. Fleeing Autumn Skies 9/19/2008
572. Prayer Contemplating Final Farewells 7/31/2009
573. Still Following Her Scarf Through A Crowd 8/5/2009
574. The Sadness 6/6/2009
575. Beauty Is Truth 10/21/2006
576. Brief And Fleeting 10/5/2015
577. Vulnerable But Beautiful 9/23/2015
578. Unending 11/11/2015
579. A Day Can Alter Your Life Immensely 7/19/2013
580. Positive Light 10/10/2012
581. The Eternal Han Shan Ever Returning In James Dean-Like Poets 9/8/2007
582. Read Me In A Quiet Place 9/12/2007
583. Telepathic Love 4/13/2007
584. Make You Laugh 4/28/2007
585. Bed Of Lavender And Lilac 10/28/2007
586. Before They Fall In Love 3/30/2010
587. A Man On His Deathbed Gazing At His Wife 6/12/2009
588. Sexy Mexicana 12/25/2007
589. The Aging Process 2/3/2008
590. Mantra Of Gratitude 5/19/2005
591. Believe In Humanity 12/7/2006
592. Melancholy Ghost Terribly Obtuse 10/27/2006
593. Birds In Urban Trees 6/11/2011
594. Why I Would Follow Her Like A Puppy Dog Through The Streets 6/30/2007
595. Loving Everything Like Mother Teresa 8/25/2009
596. Lonely Joy 5/27/2014
597. Realm Of An Embrace 10/20/2006
598. Insolent And Malicious 9/15/2006
599. No One Here Is A Republican 9/16/2006
600. Jesus Mantra 10/7/2006

Comments about Uriah Hamilton

  • Sofiul Azam (7/17/2005 5:58:00 AM)

    I read some of your poems as I was about to post a new poem of mine on this site. It's clearly visible that you are writing poems from deep within your heart. Yes, you are on the right track. See you, bye.

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Best Poem of Uriah Hamilton

A Dreamscape Of Love

I still find comfort
In the soft caress
Of the moonlight’s
Tender glow
And hear your voice
Crystal clear
Drifting gently
Through a seductive breeze.

And I still feel
Your lips upon my neck,
How you would even kiss
The beads of my rosary
In a resplendent prayer
For our eternity
In a dreamscape of love.

Some days and events
Never end
But carry us through
This life
That often feels
Like a city besieged
By dog armies
Of the insensitive and cruel.

And I’ll never forget
When your body was a part of mine.

Read the full of A Dreamscape Of Love

Unrequited Love

I have immense affection for poets,
Those desperate lovers who often lose
All vestiges of sanity in amorous pursuits.

Propertius lived and wrote in Rome
A few decades before the birth of Christ,
He wrote passionately
Of his tumultuous relationship with Cynthia,
Cursing ships and seas when they took her away.

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