I Walked - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
I walked around a corner,
To keep a pace,
Of what was going around,
The other face.
I walked on a sidewalk,
With seems so loose,
That I almost tripped,
When my tennis shoes lost gripped.
My greatest walk in this world today.
Was the walk I took around the Earth.
That adventure countless jewels did pay.
I remember this to this day.
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