Climbing Boots on laminated bookmark, with shoemaker story on reverse.

                                            CLIMBING BOOTS

Sometimes the path will turn a bend , To face a stony wall. You see no way around it.  

You climb, but then you fall. Look up, my friend, and over, These boots will help you on.

Just turn your face to heaven, A new path has begun.

The Shoemaker.
In the land of Undergrowby
Where earth and heaven meet
A shoemaker displays a sign
“Come in don`t scrape your feet”

For I will scrape your muddy boots
To make a ball of clay
With which I”ll make a pair of boots
To celebrate this day
A tiny pair of boots to bind
two hearts
Twin soles for ever
A memory of a path you shared
A time you spent together

Or they may be from one alone
Sweet solitude is rare
And yields earth`s closest secrets
Some paths are not to share

For those who tread this way
Are drawn by forces unseen,
Along a path prepared
By Mother Earth, as in a dream.

And souls who walk together here
Where earth and heaven meet
May catch a glimpse of heaven
In the earth beneath their feet

These boots, once fired and
turned to stone
A memory of the whole
Will walk you gently inward
On the pathway of the soul

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Boots "Climbing"

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