“FINDING KINDNESS.” a poem September 17, 2019 (Tuesday)
How can you tell, IF you’ve found “aKindONe?” Well,
ObserveThem throughout most everyDay:
(1) They’ll be kind to nearly all folks; and (2) they, I think, will sortOf pray,
Asking for helpRegardingWhatLifeThrowsTheirWay;
(3) andTheyAre slow to anger, and (4) Often SAY (toPeopleWhoAreDown) :
(5) They don’t wishOthers ill, and (6) They like to help out;
And (7) They like TO FEED OTHERS, even those who might pout.
(8) and They apo-lo-gize, TRYing NOT to make others sad;
And (9) They try toBeKindToEvenThemselves, and (10) TRY, you might say,
I Dun-no, you-know, (11) A kind person sortOf walks humble,
Yet TALL, (12) and They don’tLiketoBeAburden & (13) don’tLetProblemsRumble,
and YouKnow maybe those are a few important things THAT KIND PEOPLE DO,
Just some things that, perhaps (if you want) you might TryToAsPireTo.
So, IF you get labeled “kind,” that might be a pretty good thing,
And you might (when you hear THAT) DANCE A LITTLE JIG & also SING,
And I think youMightWannaSingA HAPPY SONG and HOPE for The Best,
HOPE, LOVE, andAlittleGoodREST.