Lovelier Than A Kimono

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

She makes herself assurances
She will not forget
Her lover’s penetrating eyes
Lying beside her
When dawn’s delicate light
Seeps sweetly through
The window blinds.

Her heritage is soft white skin
And silk black hair,
Her destiny is erotic memories
Of being disrobed
And kissed in tender places.

Comments about Lovelier Than A Kimono

This brings to my mind old classic films such as 'The World Of Susie Wong'. Very beautiful and exotic. Your words have painted a gentle, fragile soul. Warmest regards, Sandra
Perhaps a Geisha Girl Uriah. Always there to please. Lovely poem of love. Love Ernestine XXX
This is beautiful Uriah. It evokes japanese erotic paintings with simple lines and vivid colours and bold fantasies. Excellent poem. One of your best. love, Allie xxxx

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