Hand in Hand, a poem by Susan Quinn at Spillwords.com
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Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand

written by: Susan Quinn

 

Hand in hand, they walk together,
Speaking of the grass, the trees, and the rest of life forever.

One is an adult, and one a child,
Yet both in tune with each other,
They walk along the sidewalk,
The day soft and mild.
Their hands seal in the warmth without a smother.

Time spent inside and out,
Doesn’t really matter.
As long as they are together,
To be safe and content,
And have no desire to go faster.

Susan Quinn

Susan Quinn

Susan is a 62 year young widow with a 26 year old son and a newly adopted senior cat named Niko. She lives in Southeastern Massachusetts, close to the water. She enjoys reading, Criminal Minds, and White Zin. Susan has had more than her share of troubles over the past few years but faces every challenge with a positive attitude and her "Pollyanna suit".
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