My foot narrates in the form of poetry how our feet are treated, in the most diverse situations in everyday life, whether by a child: boy or girl; teenager, man or woman, young or old; for some, especially the female audience, the foot is a constant concern.
The author's intention is to show that no matter how strange you consider your foot, it should be well treated, well cared for, well-loved and pampered. Even because, the foot allows us to move, walk in different places, run, jump, and above all, gives us support and body balance.
For all that, we should not be ashamed of our feet, even if it is small or too big, and / or have contours that do not please us, especially women who are more concerned about the details of the feet. Anyway, given their importance, whether man or woman, love and accept them as they are!