Love Denied

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

Love denied
Is a death sentence
Or a gangland drive-by,
And everyday
I feel like
The ghost
Of an execution.

Comments about Love Denied

this is fabulous. absolutely.
Hurt shines out in this succinct expressive piece. Superb.
Uriah, This made me cry. Very beautiful and sad. Shannon xoxo
I loved this.. simple, poignant, not a single word wasted and the ghost metaphor is spot on.. I could not put it better. exceptional write! HBH
oh dear Uriah... I feel your pain... big hugs! Very powerful words. -Eila

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