Jeff Rushton


Strength of man Poem by Jeff Rushton


The strength of man is not found in his hands.
A hand is equal in strength to a salesman's shallow stand.
The man who is strong with or without hands is
The man that will not drown when put on shallow ground.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 03, 2008
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