Kathryn Tyler King
Kathryn Tyler King Poems
|81.||Hallelujah, You'Re My KıNg||8/25/2011|
|83.||Meeting The Family||3/20/2013|
|84.||A Distant Love||3/20/2013|
|85.||No Matter What||1/19/2014|
|86.||What Do We Have To Fear?||1/19/2014|
|87.||What Will It Take?||10/1/2014|
|88.||America, What's So Beautiful?||10/1/2014|
|90.||Christmas Is For Jesus||1/15/2015|
|91.||The Staff At Flagstaff Hospital||1/30/2015|
|92.||Thank You Lord||1/30/2015|
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A New Place In The Sun
My body aches and it’s hard to breathe.
I hurt myself when I was only moving.
I know it’s going to be painful to leave
But with a newer space I won’t be losing.
With wooden walls and wooden cupboards
and two big bathrooms that really do work.
I’ll make it my home with what I can afford
and I can just smell the coffee as it perks.
With a backyard with only sand and dirt,
I’ll have to plant grass to cool off the dogs.
It can get pretty hot on their feet and hurt
And a running path will make easier jogs.
My cats Bongo and Patches are ...
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.