A Kind of Kathy To Meet
With me today in this most restrictive space,
Sort of comfortable, yet so out of place
She mingles in, hops about, a little nervous,
Yet kind of, should of, certainly impervious.
So she sits back with a thinking-kind of shrug,
To take in the sights, the feeling, so hug-mug.
Oh no, I see what, feel this, "I donít know"
Yet kind of, should of, certainly a strange show.
She looks down, then smiles again; Oh, so sweet,
The kind of woman most anyone would like to meet.
Yes, indeed, a kind of Kathy, who you could see,
Kind of, should of, a care-berry kind of sea.
Brimming from head to toe, with so much wisdom bright,
Aged with kindness, shyness, a sweet starry night,
So full of heart, tender of spirit, with so much to share,
Kind of, should of, certainly seems without a care.
Restless, tickled; enjoying and inspiring many a mode
Too many an insight to count, without an evil to bode.
She bubbles bright, a ginger sweet demeanor to share,
The kind of, should of, certainly a dear friend to care.
By Michael Glenn Maness, January, 1999
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