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'On my morning walk today... 'Which foot (do) you move first(?)' 'He stopped (straight away)... 'Thought, but couldn't decide... '(When) I was coming back... 'I asked, 'What is the matter dear?'... And he replied, 'I ....' 'Some people cannot (m)ake the right move themselves 'in the life of others.'

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On my morning walk
I met a centipede
Walking leisurely in the park.
I asked him
‘Which foot do you move first’?
He stopped in his way He stopped on his way,
Thought but couldn’t decide.
I moved on
leaving him there,
Searching for an answer.
When I was coming back
I saw it still there,
Scratching its head .
I asked  ‘What is the matter, dear?’
And he replied,
'I was walking before without doubt and confusion
Now I cannot decide
Which foot to move first
And this is the cause
Of my strife.'
It eyed me with disgust and said
'Some people cannot make a right move themselves
But are busy in creating
A lot of confusion
In the life of other ' 3 comments

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