WT (1992 (birth) / New Zealand)

I'D Swivel My Foot

and if the world weren’t bad;
I’d swivel my foot and smile a smile that was good,
and if the trees never spoke;
I’d swivel my foot and cry a cry that was sad,

and if the rain never did come;
I'd swivel my foot and think thoughts that were deep not
and if the stars were closer here;
I'd swivel my foot and dream a dream never now

But, and-if tommorow the postman never did come and your letters never did came;
I’d swivel my foot and run a run that ran to you...
... and I’d swivel my foot to you,
and all the oceans way, and the miles of green I climb, I swivel my foot to you.

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The mechanical word '' SWIVEL '' has been used very beautifully for attactment with the adored one and a wishful thought of freedom of movement has been portrayed in simple words conveying your inner desire.....
Good write Swivel foot hmmm
thats really good hey i really liked it :) nicely done :)