Though a fetching shade of red,
did look a rooster on her head.
'Tis the waist should dominate
when not an ounce of fat on Kate!

No feathers real or pleated fake
should ace her face, for her dear sake.
Pretentious height and daring angles
ought be put to bed with spangles.

If I suggest a neat chapeau,
beneath her hair pinned with a bow
of gros-grain fabric and modest scale-
too, t'would work well in pony tail,
the Queen might off her to Dior.
Would Catherine give the Queen, "What for?"
"She won't be liked well by the poor,"
(a class that's growing more and more).
Kate's Hat of Late is still not right.
Children are precious in God's sight.

We're being taught to worship idols,
love pageantry and dull recitals,
Klaus Barbie Dolls and plastic surgeons-
over age thirteen, no virgins.

XXXXX

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