Wednesday Blues & A Pair of Shoes

(Last day) Rain was there from haze to torrential.

(Last day) Roads were there from asphalt to muddy dugged ones.

(Past years)Floors were of shiny tiles to rugged station platform.

It has been mended, it has been repaired–

Few a time in this two & a half year.

As of now it basks in the young morn sun with wet sole

And mud caked heels; I can feel its tiredness.

How many paths we’ve walked togerher…

How many paths we’ve to walk foot in foot…


For dVerse

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31 responses to “Wednesday Blues & A Pair of Shoes”

  1. Marvelling at the true companionship of a pair of shoes. Wonderfully written.

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    1. Thank you…yes I think they are the best companionship we share…

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  2. Your shoes would be thankful and happier if they could read your blog 😊
    Have a great day ahead!!

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    1. Really Cherry…my pleasure…hope your day goes fine…

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  3. Thank you for joining us and sharing your poetry. I enjoy different perspectives on a theme and yours was so refreshing. I love the lines:
    ‘…Rain was there from haze to torrential’
    and
    ‘…it basks in the young morn sun with wet sole
    And mud caked heels’;

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    1. My pleasure you liked the poem…thank you for the read…

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  4. I do love shoes made for walking. There is always a story in each pair,

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    1. These shoes are though not only for walking but also for working…thank you for the read…

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  5. “And mud caked heels; I can feel its tiredness.” an excellent line! You definitely took us on a trip in your shoes. Welcome to dVerse.

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    1. Thank you for the read…after a time I had posted in dVerse…

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