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    dots Submission Name: And an angel he sent. dots
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    Author: atonement
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    dotsAnd an angel he sent. dots
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    Stories have been told,
    to both young and the old,
    of when God graced us,
    and put an angel in this place.

    It was said this angel,
    was there for the rise and fall,
    and the emotions between.

    There were the skeptics,
    and there were believers,
    there were fighters
    and there were dreamers.

    The angel was there for those fallen tears, and to chase away the boogie-man fears,
    she had been with us for eighty beautiful years.

    God called then his angel,
    and from this world she did depart,
    leaving the ones she loved with heavy hearts.

    Now, with our angel gone,
    we know that she is at peace,
    free from the pains of this life,
    and raised to the heavens
    where she once belonged.




    Submitted on 2007-04-10 18:17:21     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      this reminds me so much of one of my writes about my own great-grandmother's death. I really like the imagery and the overall beauty of the piece. You have written a well-deserving piece for who ever passed away (assuming it was your grandmother)
    | Posted on 2007-04-10 00:00:00 | by itsjustme22 | [ Reply to This ]


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