Great poem! 😃
Nice! I like the pic too.
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Love the picture, too.
Very interesting poem, I like the message it carries.
Just lovely. I, for one reason and another, find it romantic. Wonderful writing.💜
It is romantic and it is not at the same time. Thanks
Cool photo! 🙂
Very profound indeed:)
Brilliant. Love it! Sally
Bravo!!! I love this. The title intrigued me as it sounded silly and comical and then you read and think, oh my oh my!!!
Wonderfully written. The two seem enveloped, yet estranged. The picture gives a nice start to the read. 🙂
I love it! I’m giggling at the idea of wearing slippers together, especially the ones in the photo, which look like some kind of invention for sweeping or dusting while you walk. 🙂
I love it!
I do love a great pair of slippers and I love this poem too!
this is so interesting to think on!
how might one’s perceptions and moods be influenced by the changing of footwear…………. Good Post!! cheers, Debi 🙂
My father used to say that a man’s shoes say a lot about him, never overlook the importance of good shoes, properly shined. You have really hit on something here!
Wearing slippers to do away with the irritations of differences is a great idea. I used to have a pair like the man is wearing.
That’s Albert Einstein in slippers.
I adore the image of Einstein in slippers! Great message too. ❤
“Just think of the slippers
We could wear together”
Made me laugh a little. I like your style.
I am in favor of slippers. What a delightful verse, and picture!
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In my Birkenstocks, reading this, I wondered what Dorothy or Cinderella might think.
Love poem ? I suppose so. After all, like love, slippers are easy to slide into and …slip off.
Love is all about degrees.
Fahrenheit or Celsius? Hot and Cold !
Ha-ha… I like the picture, too: fuzzy slippers, fuzzy mind.
Love your poem… full of interesting thoughts.
really like this a lot. if only more of us could come to a compromise 🙂
I enjoyed this and would have loved for it to sprawl down a bit further. Having reading some of your other poems I expected it to, and so was slightly disappointed. But still a very enjoyable read with a fantastic picture to boot.
I like having the next line that is unspoken be unspoken. Is there a reply to the first speaker, or is there smoldering silence, or stepping out of metaphorical boots onto the cold ground?
Sometimes expressing a wish can be a powerful means of communication, regardless of it being answered.
‘If only you would take off
The boots and socks
That hold up your angry words
To feel the cold earth
as it really is’
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Love the photo. The following poem, also enjoyable.
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