Alice Hamilton

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IN THE PARK

In February, as winter drew to a close, I posted IN THE GARDEN, a poem in haiku form. Now it is November - time for another winter and another poem...

A MESSAGE

For July, the focus for Poetry Monthly is ‘Golden’. ****************************************************************** Sometimes you are all colours...
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JUSTICE

Rome 56 BC - the time of the Republic and some great men: Caesar, Cato and Cicero. This poem tells the story of a priestess, a senator and a poet...

THE HALLOWED POOL

(This poem continues the witch’s story. See THE WITCH’S REQUEST.) Headfirst the witch plunges, Straight as an arrow shaft, Swift as a crested tern...
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THE WITCH’S REQUEST

(This story is a sequel to THE WITCHING HOUR posted January 2018.) Now they are dead, the man and the woman, the lovers, and the old widow is glad...
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4 of my comments have received 4 Great Feedback votes

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This is absolutely beautiful.

Posted on Thu, 05 Apr 2018

This is absolutely beautiful. Sorry - I have to use an adverb! 

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Posted in The Whale Cafe

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Wow - this is powerful.

Posted on Tue, 03 Apr 2018

Wow, this is powerful. Your poetry has made me cry. Rather embarrassing as I am in Costa having breakfast!

 

 

 

 

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A lovely poem!

Posted on Sun, 18 Feb 2018

A lovely poem - charming, emotive, powerful. Form and content are in perfect harmony. Superb!

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Posted in One sparrow among many

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This is really impressive.

Posted on Wed, 24 Jan 2018

This is really impressive. I was immediately transported to a strange world. Touching and shocking, amusing and disturbing, above all, thought-provoking. What more might we expect from a poem? Superb!

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Posted in Raising the Dead