Hand In Hand Poem by Jayne Louise Davies

Hand In Hand

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The church bells are ringing,
We're early to rise,
There's a bright sun this morning,
It shines in my eyes,
I look up to the sky,
It's a nice shade of blue,
This is our Sunday,
I'll spend it with you,
We'll go for a walk,
Way over the hill,
Past the old farm,
With the brown painted mill,
We'll sit for a while,
Just to take in the view,
This is our time,
And I'm here with you,
And after a while,
We head off for home,
I so love our walks,
For we often roam,
The mountains and hillsides,
In this pleasant land,
No better time,
Than with you,
Hand in hand.

Jayne Louise Davies

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
T.R. James Bray 08 April 2022

Well done, rhyme scheme is beautifully chosen to create the narrative.

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Jayne Davies 08 April 2022

Thank you for your comment! Much appreciated x

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