It seems so unfair the distribution of names.
Did someone tickle the funnybone when the Kiwis were naming their parrot friend,
or was it misery loves company?
One has to wonder how the ked, wingless but bloodthirsty,
climbs aboard its moving targets.
Does it catch a ride on the kebbie of a passing shepherd?
Perhaps it’s reliant upon an old keffel or two wandering by.
At University I studied kinesthetics and kinesiology
in hopes of working the kinkles through kinematics.
What possible reason to turn ones back on kyphosis?
Traded in for the koans of humanity.
But it’s not all Kuru and questions, the letter K.
K can be the delicate golden sparkle of a silken kincob.
The dizzying head rush carried on the wafting smoke of a kif.
K is the ecstasy of kareeza with your kickie-wickie. Z~KEY: 1 Kaka: a bird native to New Zealand Kagu: a bird native to New Caledonia Kiwis: a colloquialism for New Zealanders 2 Ked: a wingless fly that preys on livestock Kebbie: a shepherd’s crook Keffel: an old horse, a nag 3 Kinesthetics: study of movement Kinesiology: study of muscle Kinkles: a slight kink Kyphosis: a spinal deformity, hunchback Koans: unanswerable questions 4 Kuru: a brain disease transmitted by cannibalism Kincob: silk embroidered with gold and silver threads Kif: marijuana Kareeza: a prolonged orgasm Kickie-wickie: a wife