You have the world at yours.
But do start off on the right one.
Then put your best one forward.
Keep them on the ground.
Be sure that they are loose and fancy free.
You might even have one in the grave, but don’t let that stop you.
If you get tired along the way, put them up.
When you know you’re right, have the courage to put yours down.
Don’t back-out if they get cold.
Think on them.
Don’t go putting one in your mouth.
And if you meet someone special, sweep them off theirs.
But above all, be sure the prints they leave are as small as possible.
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