Toes - Poem by Zachary Cisar
Everyone like us has ten,
Everyone from boys to men.
No matter what there always small,
Even if your short or when your tall.
Your toes might crack but that is not bad,
Unless you stub it you wont get mad.
Stubbing your toes might make you cry,
But don't you worry cause you wont die.
Now without toes it would be hard to walk,
And take a stroll around the block.
Without toes sports would be hard,
Because you could hardly leave your yard.
Without socks your toes might stink,
And this is something everyone might think.
but stinking or not there something you have got,
make sure not to lose them because they cant be bought.
So toes are something you always use,
and shield them with your shoes.
Toes are something really hard to straighten,
And I wrote this poem for a girl named Payton.
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