Parade

They paraded before him in,
High-heeled shoes and,

Dangerous blouses,
Then,
Jesse, with the strong arms, and the

High chest,
Called Abinadad of the desert lands,

Furry legs and all, and
Had him pass in front of Solomon,
But, Solomon said
Not this one either,

And the rest of the parade, each

With their own,
Bursting muscles,
Were rejected also, but

One was chosen,
With fine feet.

♦Photo – Personal♦

-short evocative poetry-

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