Friday, August 19, 2022

Which fits you? – Gurleen Saluja, Indore

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shoes I have shoes of all sizes..

Which fits you?

Choose them accordingly

You may lead or mislead through!

 

Based on your deeds

Be it good or bad,

They govern your present and future

Resembling your past.

 

The large one with no sole,

Explain the deed nastiest.

Fracturing you feet to the deepest,

Relate the unbearable pain you offered others.

 

I also have flat heeled shoes,

Loafers you say!

Fit to your feet tightly,

Like your sin, surround your being completely.

 

Jackboots too are there in my stock,

the deepest one from the series apart.

Reaching the knees they grab your soul,

Depend on your deeds whole.

 

Tap shoes may suit you!

Metallically grounded to the earth.

It may enhance your personality,

Or disgrace your egoistic ability!

 

I even have, high heeled ones

If you wear them once,

Feel to be on the top of the world,

Again flaming your artificial burns!

 

I have shoes of all sizes..

Which fits you?

Choose them accordingly

You may lead or mislead through!

IR
IR
Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations.

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