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Sunday, January 20, 2013

The Mag: Hand in Hand

This blog is dedicated to the enjoyment of poets and writers, for the purpose of honing their craft, sharing it with like-minded bloggers, and keeping their muses alive and well. 

Tess Kincaid's words, not mine.  Tess posts challenge us each Sunday to reach through our self-imposed barricades drawing out the hidden words giving them life to share with  others.

So reach deep, keep it nice and create.  For more creations visit The Mag.
Hand in hand
We adventure
Trusting blindly
The safety of two

Hand in hand
Our heart skips
As we do
The safety of two

Hand in hand
There are no limits
Creating within
The safety of two

Hand in hand
Dusk approaches
Returning home
The safety of two.

Hand in hand
Awaiting our return
Back lit silhouettes copy
The safety of two.

21 comments:

Lynne said...

Sooooo good!

Brian Miller said...

smiles....comforting, gentle...i like this...nice visuals on the siloquettes in the end as well...

anthonynorth said...

Great comfort in the repetition. Enjoyed it.

Other Mary said...

This is lovely Gail, and the repetition of the last line really adds to the message.

Berowne said...

Well planned and well written...

izzy said...

Safety of two! thanks.

Country Gal said...

Awesome !

Galen Pearl said...

There is a wonderful spiritual using the words hand in hand. Something like "Hand in hand, we will go, to the world, hand in hand." Your poem reminded me of it.

Josie Two Shoes said...

Beautifully done, Gail! I loved it!

LindaG said...

Wonderful post today, Gail! :o)

Karen S. said...

Perfect, and effectively spoken! Your words bond the strength of two hearts into one!

Za faran said...

It seems so warm and trusting..hmm..safety of two..makes it a lasting "one"! :-)

Emma Major said...

oh.yes, the safety of two .so fantastic

SueAnn Lommler said...

So sweet to have that partner in life....definitely a safe feeling for two.
Well captured.
Hugs
SueAnn

Little Nell said...

I like the pattern of this poem Gail, and the repetition really works. The safety of two has a ring to it doesn't it?

Tess Kincaid said...

Love love love the safety of two...

Kathe W. said...

love the rhythm and safety of two!

Sue said...

I love the repetition, Gail...AND the words you chose to repeat.

=)

Helen said...

Two by two .... yes.

Helena said...

That felt quite nostalgic for me - the safety of two. I'm an identical twin!

Margaret said...

I always have my younger kids go out in twos. Well done

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