I'm reading a poem written by Edwin Thumboo called Words, and I don't know exaclty what the expression kind of air means.
This is the passage I'm talking about:
Words are dangerous, especially
The simple kind you leave behind for others,
For undesirable relatives and assorted purposes.
They are understood simply, edited,
Taken with a kind of air, a careful disregard:
Their plainness complicates.
Thank you all in advance.