Angel on My Side
by Gail Dixon
Monday, June 11, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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ANGEL ON MY SIDE
I had a Angel name Sadie.
She helped when the times were
She sat watching me all alone, until the cows came home, she even followed me all the way to Rome.
Sadie once gave to me peace of
My life took on a glorious
Then my husband dropped dead, I lost
Then I acquired a pillar full
Years ahead a boyfriend left,
but I never fret,
because his behind was a
So the story goes and so does my
fate, because my Angels put my life at
If God true ly loves me.
I'm surely he can see, the gross
mess the Angels are allowing me to be.
Angels on my side? Angels have my
Tell me what powers does a Angel
God it's time to say "You're fired" It's time for you to re-hire.
Those Angels we true ly deserve.
This may make you perturb,
but in all due respect, please send
us the Angels held in reserve.
God, the Angels on my side,
say they have my back, but
the ones you've appointed are just plain slack.
Please take heed and hear my plea.
No longer leave me alone with the Angels that be.
Angel Sadie on my side?
Let's be friends and just say our goodbyes.
Lets not expect any more promises and put an end to all that becomes a lie.
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|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|A well written poem,take care.I enjoy the picture.Happy Easter
|Reviewed by Cynth'ya firstname.lastname@example.org
|I've learned angels are the messengers, not the Author. What The Author says, we listen with ears of faith. And I've learned in my own personal experience that since we only use about 10% of our brains, then powers that be on this earth get way too much credit for misery. Misery happens, but we don't have to own it. Misery is a sharpening tool. If our faith is in the right place, and we are not anxious to be taken out of our pain before our deliverance (watch Kill Bill 2--strong movie about the will to succeed--albeit it a bit graphic on the violent side), then we find out that are those miserable setbacks in our spirit are far less powerful than the Holy Spirit power within us if we accept God's gift in the form of Jesus Christ's persona. "Love one another as I have loved you." We are accepted as we are, not as some "angelic" religious order mandates and complicates.
If God says you're okay, and sent Christ to prove it, then accept it. Blessin's to you Gail,
cynth'ya lewis reed
|Reviewed by Mary Coe
|Very srtong and powerful write. I believe God is always with us, even in our darkest times. Death and disappointments are a part of life. I pray that I will always keep faith. The picture is beautiful.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Wow. Gail. I don't know where I'd be without angels. I have to say your words grabbed me by the soul. Welcome to AD and be well. Love and friendship,