by Wanda N. Stanley
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Unchanging in the error of my ways,
Flesh thatís born of only a few days,
My soul was lost I knew it to be true ,
An angel stayed to help me through.
Subconscious dreams of fear remain,
Evils of the world my soul contain,
I walk in blame of all before,
My angel wept, said no more.
In my shame, I heard a calming voice,
That touched my soul, amazed and rejoiced,
My sin against God was plain to see,
I felt an angel cry for me.
A simple act of kindness, to a child in need
Signs of warning, messages to heed,
Iíve been blessed over the years,
God showed mercy in angel tears
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|Reviewed by Afrika Abney
|I love both the title and the poem! Thanks for sharing.|
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|What a beautiful, sensitive, inspirational piece this is. So delicately crafted out of love....
|Reviewed by Gloria Gay
|Beautiful words in this heartfelt poem.|
|Reviewed by mary tsehaye
|bravo wanda,such a good piece!|