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  Angel In My Slumber
by Frank P Whyte
Wednesday, November 22, 2006
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I heard the voice subconsciously,
Deep within my sleep,
”Wake up, Wake up,”
She called to me,
But I don’t know who she was.

Are they always there,
With us just within their sight?
Do they protect us always from danger,
And from ourselves,
Deep within the night?


I feel an angel’s presence,
Sharing peace with my anxious soul,
But I wonder,
Is she angel or departed friend,
My protector,
Who I cannot see, but often feel?


Growing older;
So hard in so many ways,
But my connection is getting stronger,
As I soar ever closer
Toward my own end of days.
There are people waiting,
And they reveal but little of themselves to me.
My faith tells me that they’re near,
Standing boldly at my side,
And that there is certainly nothing to fear.


Time is an earthly machination,
But I ski the astral plain,
Skirting the edge of the universe,
In a body not subject to pain.
They are a whisper away,
I can see them,
And it is true that, yes, they can see me,
And we’ll ride the universal range together,
When from this worn body I am finally free.


Be it known that I love them,
Even though I can’t tell you their names.
Deep within I know they’re my guardians,
Who have often kept me from the flames.
My body is theirs if they want it,
Any or all of what I have,
For they have served me without ever judging me;
They have given to me all that they have.


But when the time arrives,
I will know them,
Just as they will know me,
And when this life is ended,
I am sure that it is they who I will first see.


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Reviewed by Lois Christensen
God took my loving husband Aug 17 07 and I know an angel came to get him as his last words were What is that? He looked up to the sky and what did he see, a mystery?
Reviewed by RM Green
Beautiful - and describes the thoughts and I feelings about spirits I hold deep inside. Thank you for sharing - BRAVO!

RM Green
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Just sweet,Have a great holiday
Reviewed by CJ Heck
Frank this is devine. Softly flowing, like angels. Again, devine.
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