Little Feet

I was about to throw a shoe box of my 11 months old daughter when this beautiful poem came to me. Printed at the back of a shoe box, it really took me very far. I am thinking to use it for the scrapbooking project. Though I couldn’t find the poet but if anyone of you know just let me know.

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Two little feet, ten little toes,

Leave their impressions today.

Soon they will wear two little shoes,

And be running and jumping at play.

Two little feet, too little time,

Before they are walking to school,

Kicking a rock, or skipping a rope,

Wading a puddle or jumping a pool.

Two little feet, One little child,

Will soon go their own way,

But footprints in my mind recall,

They stood here yesterday.

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Comments

  1. You all make a wonderful argument against leaving a comment, but it is so funny because everyone has a reason for not leaving a comment,

  2. What a very cute poem it is, gives me an impression that soon the children will grow, but their childhood remain in every heart of their parents, especially her mother. It is good that the manufacturer of those shoes printed a poem as good as that one.

  3. Wonderful poem, I can relate with you because I also got a 3 year-old kid who grows fast and had to buy shoes from time to time but I always keep her old shoes to preserve the memories of her childhood. :)

  4. and so insirational peom.

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  5. The poem is all about leaving a message on a blog. It is quite funny because you really use feet to implement it.
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