Right foot curse

Can it get any worse

As you’re walking along

And you feel it going wrong

.

Sock’s halfway down

Causing you to frown

Writhing in your shoe

And you don’t know what to do

.

Do you stop and lift

Sort the socky rift

Or carry on your trip

While your sock does slip

.

How on Earth can it be

That your sock becomes free

It lingers on your toe

While you’re moving on the go

.

The left stays on

While your right has gone

How did this start

Thanks to a boy named Bart

.

Back in the day

Very far away

Bart saw a gypsy

While feeling very tipsy

.

With a mock and a roar

Threw the gypsy to the floor

Got out his widdle

And did a silly little tiddle

.

After he had a laugh

Told the gypsy to bath

The old hag said

“You’ll wish you were dead”

.

“I’ll pox you this day

It’ll never go away

Your sock will always flee

Wanting to be free”

.

“It may not seem much

But it’s a subtle touch

A lingering bane

So you’ll never feel the same”

.

“From your dad to your kids

All socks will hit the skids

They’ll vanish from your heel

Giving you a nasty feel”

.

True to her word

The sock curse occurred

And Bart’s wooly mitts

Turned into the shits

.

He cared not at first

But then it got worst

A minor irritation

That provided consternation

.

Soon the world discovered

That while Bart was bothered

So were those he met

Whose feet became wet

.

No right sock would stay

It would always fall away

And Bart became hated

His life was segragated

.

Many years on

With Bart since gone

We still all suffer

Without our socky buffer

.

While you are stepping

Your socks starts flapping

Because we all are adverse

To the right foot curse

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