Learning to walk with scissors

Such a peculiar tool

Side by side swipe, sharp and jagged

Pierced, if one prefer

But becomes rusted and ragged

Ooh, to have that blade

Sharpened, heavy in its gauge 

A placement with exactness

Yearns for worthy usage

Such a peculiar tool

Stop, don’t race with it

Be sure to be equipped with it

The need may be infrequent

But, by design, the task complete

Even though you’d prefer to run

Stop, may it help you with your feat

Steadily your hand grasps tightly

Seeking to sever one’s seam

Trivial tool you thought

Shift another inch, torn asunder with a scream

Such a peculiar tool

Handle it with care

Keep learning to walk with scissors 


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