My mom and dad

I thought I posted this poem long ago, but here it is as promised to a special person. OLD HANDS


She sits upon the edge of his bed.

Now his realm.

His hand reaches out to take hers.

Thin-skinned and bony hands.

Reaching out…and receiving.

As they have done through seventy years

of time together.

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