Treasure Island

Rhonda Pilcher

(1966 / Missouri)

A Childs Pain Gone


An angel came down from above
filled with kindness and love
Sent to protect, to guide, to surround
this child from pains of lifes tide

This precious child had cried so hard
till the angel holding the child so close
smiled I'll protect you little one for after
tonight you'll be forever alright

Come the break of day the angel
lifted up the child, held so tight
In an instant they were in flight

Once in Heaven the child received
blessings upon blessings from above
Feelings of love and happiness never
again to be hurt, abused or unloved

Submitted: Monday, July 28, 2008

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  • Palas Kumar Ray (2/24/2009 1:24:00 PM)

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    How I read this poem is 'someone helpless makes death an easy and ultimate way out from the sufferings of living'.I wish I were wrong.
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