Poems IV

A selection of poems by China Hamilton   Union So the complex constructs fade, As our twin exotic shadows, Become our individual teachers Their cries remembered, dark ghosts our vanished children, Trembled so upon their abyss. Too rich a blend of power and pain, Searching … Continue readingPoems IV

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Poems III

A selection of poems by China Hamilton   The Horse In my consciousness she shadowed at my side, From this day on to teach and be my guide. I knew so well that bright and trusting face, Those eager eyes and posture full of grace. … Continue readingPoems III

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Poems II

A selection of poems by China Hamilton   The Sweetest Breasts Across the wastes of all imagination run the female breasts, As varied as the rippling waters of an ancient stream. My treasured Love has breasts that melt my sensual mind As contemplation so rewards. … Continue readingPoems II

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Poems I

A selection of poems by China Hamilton     There She Was I turned about and there she was. Perhaps it was a noise I heard? Perhaps it was a dream? The rustle of suspender belt, Against a stocking seam? I turned again, she wasn’t … Continue readingPoems I

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