Among The Poets

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

T. S. Eliot and Ezra Pound
Are perfect;
Amber Lee is nearly perfect;
Tiffany is stunning;
Sherrie is astounding and cool;
Mary is a natural woman
With dirty hands and a sweet heart;
John Newton, Sonja, and Jacob Hassler
Are all quite lovely!

Uriah has to persevere
Through self-loathing and through tears!
But Arsiema is in Eritrea
Possibly saying prayers for me.

Comments about Among The Poets

and I will join her in prayer for you... keep pressing... and you will be in good company... I long to be there too. =) dan
i'm there with the self-loathing too uriah: p
read like you are very young. john
thanks for the nod, Uriah! i don't know that my work measures up to the other poets you mentioned, but i'd like to think so! write on, write on! Jake
Uriah, this is a great poem, and it's an honour to be mentioned in it. Thanks. I give it 10+.

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