Oh Wee, Oh Woo

Oh Wee, Oh Woo
 
Oh we, oh woo, oh we, oh woo,
Oh please, oh please put on your shoe.
The smell you’ve let into the air,
Has just changed the color of my hair.
 
Oh we, oh woo, oh we, oh woo,
Oh please, oh please put on your shoe.
My eyes are burning. I cannot see.
Don’t you notice what you’ve done to me?
You see that green cloud hanging about,
That’s the odor your shoes have let out.
 
Oh we, oh woo, oh we, oh woo,
Oh please, oh please put on your shoe.
From the moment you took those dirty shoes off,
I’ve sputtered. I’ve gasped.
I’ve stuttered. I’ve coughed.
The room is spinning. I fear I’ll fall.
Could this be the end of it all?
 

Oh we, oh woo, oh we, oh woo,
Oh please, oh please put on your shoe.
Don’t you realize that what you do,
Affects more people than just you.
So please, I say, put on your shoe,
I beg you now and I beg again,
So this poem can finally end.

Consideration
Someone who is considerate shows personal care and
concern for others and how his actions might affect them.
Jesus wants us to be considerate of the people around us,
and the best way to show care and concern for others is to
tell them about Jesus. Your actions, such as telling someone
that Jesus loves them, may affect them not only today or
tomorrow, but forever in heaven.
The Bible says in Ephesians 5:15, “Be very careful, then, how
you live—not as unwise but as wise.”

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