Kathryn Tyler King

Rookie - 30 Points (03/24/1946 / Ann Arbor, Michigan)

Biography of Kathryn Tyler King

Kathryn Tyler King poet

I have been remarried for five years to a wonderful Texan who also cooks me right out of the kitchen. We both love to fish and he also loves to hunt but hasn't yet.

My former husband passed away 12 years ago from cancer and we were married 27 years. My youngest son Daniel moved to Phoenix to get schooled in welding. You can see more about me and some of my writings on my space.. www.princesstrinkadink.blogspot.com

I led worship at a church in Gallup, NM for 9 years. I've been involved with worship for over 40 years in several cities in Arizona and then in Gallup. Now, there is no worship group but only opportunities to share songs during Sunday. I miss sharing, teaching and leading worship.

I have four sons working and living in Phoenix. They are all very talented artistically and musically.

It seems like I've been writing either poems or songs for over 40 years. The words seem to just pour out of me freely. I have an easy going nature and love God and His creation and people that have come into my life. His Love is very prevalent in my poetry since I seriously started writing back in 1968.

The subject matter of my poems range from relationships with family or friends, to nature and the beauty of God's creation, to the events that surround us daily in the news and in our community.

Kathryn Tyler King's Works:

I have had several poems published through an online service called poetry.com. The poems 'When' and one entitled 'Tears on Pink Paper'. I have compiled my poetry in a book entitled 'Little Impressions, Vol I. I gave each of my sons a copy for Christmas one year. I have written over 75 songs and about that many poems if not more. I also put a wedding book together for my husband and myself on Blurb. Christmas of 2011, I wrote a book about my former husband Richard. Recently, I was included in the Who's Who of Business Professionals which will be published in October.

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Lesli

I met a young woman who made me smile.
I didn't know then that she'd stay for awhile.
Her demeanor and her poise was evident.
Her love and warmth were heaven sent.

She always knew how to speak her heart.
Her mind dug deep, her thoughts very smart.
I don't know how to tell her she's accepted
or that her tears in a bottle are collected.

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