Foot Wears You Go Famous - Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul
Oh dear pretty red slippers,
You go famous and go famous,
In this land of hope and joy,
And in concrete road or highway,
In thorny forest road and
In rocky path of hill,
Everywhere you protect feet,
From hotness of summer
And from coldness of winter,
Degenerating selves you serve,
People use and at last throw,
But still you do your duty
Providing security to feet!
In all seasons you serve in joy,
Never you blame, never you claim.
Your incarnations we remember,
From earthen body to wooden,
From plastic age to elastic,
From metallic to rubber time,
As you get your bodies and shapes,
You remain happy and serve others.
At modern age no one can walk
In bare feet without your pair,
Either in muddy or in sandy
Or in rocky or in jerky path,
All need your help, all need!
Although they keep you aside,
Still you hold feet in your laps.
Foot wears you go famous, go famous,
In this Earth, in this universe,
In many galaxies, in multiverses,
In great-great-great universes,
You go famous to serve feet of angels,
You go famous to serve feet of stars,
Serving planets, sun, moon and all,
Foot wears, you go famous, go famous.
© Kumarmani Mahakul,05 September 2018. All rights reserved.
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