256. "Over Edom will I cast My shoe" (Ibid.). HE INQUIRES: What is the meaning of: "Will I cast My shoe?" HE RESPONDS: It also refers to the one who had distant VISION, as it is written: "And Esau said to Jacob, 'Give me to swallow, I pray you, of that red pottage; for I am faint'" (Beresheet 25:30). "Give me to swallow" MEANS actually stuffing down the throat, opening wide the mouth and throat to swallow. David said to that swallower who stuffs himself, I will dump on him, THAT IS ON HIS MOUTH, "my shoe" to shut his throat. THEREFORE, "OVER EDOM WILL I CAST MY SHOE."