"The barefeet are the real owners of our lands and our society.
I am afraid that you are wrong - "barefooted" (and all variations) can only mean "poor" if it is used as a metaphor. Unfortunately, if you use a word as a metaphor, it has to be (i) clear that it is a metaphor, and (ii) clear what the metaphor is. "Barefooted/Barefeet, etc" does not do either. It is certain to be understood literally -> people who, for some reason, do not wear shoes.I wrote a text and by using "barefooted owners" want to denote "poor people"
... those people who are really rich but now they are deprived of their assets...
We can't rewrite the sentence for you, Neostudent. If you have another attempt that uses "barefoot" or "barefooted," you can post it here. If you have a question about a different word or phrase, you'll need to start a new thread with it.You said barefooted means "poor", then if you want to show it as I said how would you do?