Mutuality by Nixon Waterman



Mutuality by Nixon Waterman

Motivational, friendship, love, and inspiring quote

If I knew you and you knew me,
If both of us could clearly see,
And with an inner sight divine,
The meaning of your heart and mine,

I’m sure that we would differ less,
And clasp our hands in friendliness;
Our thoughts would pleasantly agree,
If I knew you and you knew me.

Nixon Waterman (12 November 1859, Newark, Kendall County, Illinois – 1 September 1944, Canton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts) was a newspaper writer, poet and Chautauqua lecturer, who rose to prominence in the 1890s.

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