Something to make things better...

a girl's gotta laugh

Johnny Depp, Willy Nelson, and Me

All these years I've been a nice lady

Smoked a little weed

But never did nothin' shady


There's a song about bein 64

The Beatles all sang it

So there's got to be more


Shall I go out and find me a looker

Nah, I can't do that

They all got hookers


There is this feller that gives me pep

He is quite handsome

Known as Johnny Depp


He's a bit younger-- a little 'n 10

But whose countin

When you're in the decade I'm in


Cowboys are a ideal kind

Those hats pushed back

Weathered boots 'n lookin fine


Now if I could find me a combination

Of a blended man

Bred of a Cherokee nation


He'd have that look that'd be just right

I might give it a go

And take a ride all night


I'd jump that mustang 'n go wild

We'd gallop bareback

Runnin til I'm sated and mild


And in the mornin he'd take a look

I'd cover my head

With the my War and Peace book


Well that's a fantasy that had an ending

Now come to bed, Willy

Let's stop all this pretending.

Poetry by Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2016-09-27 at 07:31

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we need more poems from the perspective old experienced women
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Wow. I am smiling and I am very happy. A poetic delight from the first line to the end.

one trick pony The PoetBay support member heart!
You're opting for experience in the end. Smart.

This is great, you made me laugh, which is the best way to start a day. Cowboys are known to be great lovers, you got that right.

Lawrence Beck The PoetBay support member heart!

Sol The PoetBay support member heart!
got a huge smile on my face from these words :) Loved this, taken away by the fancy of a fantasy and light-hearted fun... thanks.

Jamsbo Rockda The PoetBay support member heart!
I love it. I knew War and Peace had a use without having to reading it. And you can always rely on Willy for blue skies :)

Wonderful! A poetic delight from start to finish.