Once upon a time

There was a small girl

That liked to twirl

In her mum’s party shoes

Despite occasional bruise

So even after a couple of dives

Her passion for heels survives


As years past she grew tall and her feet got long

And everybody said “You can’t wear heels, it´s wrong!”

So the girl wore flats year along

Sadly thinking “Well this is where my feet belong”


But then she saw them one day

And started thinking “Should I pay?”

They were black, high, strappy and hot

So the girl said “Scr*w you folks, I like them a lot”


She walked tall down the street

In her awesome high-heeled feet

I might be tall as a tree

But I finally feel free

The shoes said “Let’s go on a shopping quest

‘Cause more friends is what we like the best!”


Ever since, the shoe family constantly grows

And sure, boyfriend’s shelves have taken some blows

But they all live happily ever after

And their life is filled with fun and laughter.
















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  1. your tall friend

     /  November 10, 2011

    Inspires to fight for my right to heels!!! =))

  2. You are so talented:) keep up d gud wrk and keep shopping for high heel shoes:)

  3. Love this little poem! It’s a really creative way to introduce yourself on the blog & it made me smile so much – especially the bit about trying out your mum’s high heels as a little girl, I used to do that too, all the time! Though I guess most little girls do!

    Looking forward to reading more from you!! 🙂 Stay stylish,

    The Image Mistress, xoxo

    • Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! 🙂 Yeah, I think that is a dear childhood memory for a lot of girls, trying on mums shoes and feeling like a princess. Some girls grow out of it and some into it and their own shoecollections later in life :). Thank you!


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