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Angel's Lament
by Felix LeRoy Perry

Friday, December 09, 2005
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Sorry I had to add this one last social awareness poem...

The Angel’s Lament


 


The snow flakes fall heavy tonight from December sky


The angels are weeping as they look down from on high


Their teardrops are freezing as they come down to earth


The North wind must be their down-hearted deep sigh


 


‘Tis their season of hope that peace and joy will prevail


Their wings fluff the clouds send down droplets of hail


A harpist on high accompanies the song of Angels so sweet


They look down with sadness of the world they must greet


 


War in the Middle East, Palestine and Bosnian states


In Ireland and Africa children cry out at night


No Christmas will soften the bombs as they land


God help the little children who just don’t understand


 


In the slums and the ghettos young hungry bellies still moan


Famine and plaque in places though some give all they had


Young girls turned to hookers, young men needle slaves


How can the sweet Angels be anything but sad.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 9/16/2008
A sad write, but well worth reading. I found it to be so true of this world today even. Loved this write. Reading the next angel one next.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 4/9/2007
I thought this was beautiful and like me , it is nice to see that you believe that the Abgels watch over us. Thank you.

love your Cuz,Rose XOXO
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/10/2005
Sad truth, Felix. We think along the same lines, my friend. I wrote a "poem" last weekend in which I penned these words:

"Angels have woven
A soft blanket of snow
With their frosted tears
Snowflakes..."

Thank you for sharing this gift.
Love and peace to you.

Regis
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 12/10/2005
This is a heartfelt write, I can see. Surely the angels do weep for us. ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/10/2005
*tears* can't review--too choked up--

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

Beautfiul--
Reviewed by Alexandra* OneLight*® Authors & Creations 12/10/2005
Dear friend, one cannot possibly look at this amazingly delicate, beautiful painting of words and images without feeling one's own tears join those of the Angels - all of them - which your compassionate, gentle heart portrayed. Our intrinsic, essential Being was - is - meant to be one of beauty and of Light... and yet we have been choosing, more often than not, to imbibe and then spread that "side" which is not so beautiful and is dark within all of us. We are causing the consequences that make our own Angels inside weep. In the hope that we will all awaken again to our intended
Love&Light*
Alexandra*
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 12/10/2005
Felix,
Truth is something that if we were to practice it, would eventually weed out those that are afraid of it. They simply would not stand alongside the ones they knew were going to use it. Truth is the most powerful weapon in the world today...even in war time...for the only thing that takes our breath away faster than it..is death. Truth never actually killed anyone...but it sure makes many squirm to have to face it!
Great write here Felix!

Lisa
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/10/2005
Deeply heartfelt piece this is!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Lori Moore 12/9/2005
Heartfelt! Very well done.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 12/9/2005
This is a well-written and deeply emotional offering, Felix. When I observe the world, I have to keep reminding myself that we are all responsible for what we do and war has been around since Kane and Abel. I think the biggest problem is that we don't help each other, we rely on the governments to do that and then we feel in doing so it removes us from our responsibility for the way things are. We simply sit back and blame it all on our leaders, right? We pay our taxes and in a way that relieves us from our responsibilities of taking care of one another...we pay to not have to live communally. We point fingers and blame others for the state of the world when in fact each of us is responsible for it. Just because we don't hold the rifle doesn't mean we are not responsible for the tasks of the soldier. We will all have a lot to answer for when we meet our Maker. Nice work!
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by jude forese 12/9/2005
a powerful social sentiment that has a deep sense of sadness to it ...
Reviewed by sarah playle 12/9/2005
Wow. Wonderful, touching poetry.
Reviewed by Paul Williams 12/9/2005
How can they indeed, exceptional social comment Felix, it is a sad reality.

Paul;-)
Reviewed by George Carroll 12/9/2005
A sad epitaph on this world around us, that is dying a slow death.



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