Mommy's Heels - Poem by Lorene Kinsey
Slip into my office for
a moment to close my day
Slipped carefully off pink high heels
To give my pigs a break.
Enters to give another kiss
To the mommy she’s missed all day
Then steps into those tired shoes
And asks if she can take
The long way through the kitchen
So they will sound “click-clock”
For a moment she is a big girl
Stomping in heels and white socks.
I worry a moment that she might break
Those dainty little straps
But she is such a cutie pie
Loving to make my heart laugh.
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