Loving Everything Like Mother Teresa

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

Blue city swimming in irreproachable dreams,
Walking in the nighttime rain,
No despair on midnight streets,
No judgment calls on drunks vomiting
Sweetly in the gutter
Like saints for a new age,
Neon laughter on the corners,
Prostitutes in love,
Sorrow exiting in strange taxis,
I’m more ghost than poet
But you will see my invisible smile.

Comments about Loving Everything Like Mother Teresa

Ammmazing sacred feelings word to word verse to verse! excellent imageries! 10+
What a fantastic concept and it reminded me of the Mona Lisa with a not invisible for the hint of a smile. A highly original poem with vivid street imagery. 10 love Karin
Night music. There should be a sax playing in the background. Very profound use of the color blue to describe your city.10/10. Always your friend at poemhunter, Sandra
Live & Let Live...graphically depicted...Inventive title to boot, my friend...Rock Solid Penning, as always... FjR

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