Kapolei, Hawaii, USA
My Favorite Waitress
I admire a waitress that is pretty and sweet
who works in a coffee shop on Lewer Street.
She has captivated my attention by her sense to duty,
and fascinates my heart with her natural beauty.
Some of her customers are friendly and want to eat and socialize,
while others are angry at the world and want to complain and criticize.
Yet there's a common thread they will all share,
a waitress will serve their food with care.
But beware, if the food is not just right,
some customers won't hesitate to give the waitress their spite.
"Hey waitress, yes you over there,
I wanted my steak done medium rare,
now look, it's overcooked,
where were you, don't you care."
"Oh waitress, I ordered scrambled eggs, not runny,
and please tell me why its raining today and not sunny."
"What's the deal with this burnt toast."
"Yuk, this coffee taste so funny,
don't you have a fresher roast for my money.
Keep this up and you will never see
a tip from me and my honey."
I admire a waitress so beautiful and sweet
who works in a coffee shop on Lewer street.
So if you ever find yourself in the heart of Waikiki,
step into the Islander to relax, enjoy, and eat.
All the waitresses are good to know,
and as they give from their heart and soul,
the restaurant radiates a warm and friendly glow.
Of course, the cooks are also important, without a doubt,
and the food selections and the quality definately stand out.
You can be sure that management will provide a smooth operation,
for the enjoyment of locals and tourist here on vacation.
The decor is done in a relaxing island motif,
although, more paintings on the wall would provide some welcome relief.
I would recommend work by two local artists named Kimo and Walfrido,
to grace the walls of this island retreat.
Which brings my thoughts back to my favorite attraction,
a waitress that provides excellent service and satisfaction.
She's gregarious yet demure, alluring yet pure,
and I'm proud to know her. Thanks Tina.
[This message has been edited by jmlee12345 (edited 01-30-2000).]