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The pencil is famous to the hand,
in which the lead in the pencil,
is famous to the paper.
The cold water in the cup,
is famous to the condensation dripping from the side
Your shoes are famous to the sidewalks,
in which the foot that leads it,
is famous to the sock inside.
when you feel happy,
Your smile is famous to your face,
and the people around you.
Your notebook paper is famous to the three holes in it’s side,
the blue horizontal lines,
and the one single red line,
that stands on its own with none alike
The clock is famous to the numbers written around it,
and to the eyes staring ever so eagerly.
The hanging blinds in the window,
are famous to the sunlight that peeps through
striking students in the eyes.
I want to be famous like a mouse is to a computer,
or the buttons on a remote is to a T.V
I want to be famous as a light bulb is to a lamp,
and the light is to the lamp shade,
keeping the rays toned down and mellow.