Saint Eule (10/30/1955 / Shamokin, Pa)
Angel and the bee
An angel is drawn to compassion, like a bee to a flower.
If you want to meet one, you must pray for an hour.
Pray for all nations, think of what is needed.
You can make a difference if God's voice is heeded.
If an angel comes to visit, and their language is foreign-
be not dismayed.
They are only here to gather-
all the thoughts that you prayed.
Like a bee gathers nectar from a beautifull flower.
they will return to our Father, with the tears that you shower.
Not one will be wasted, like a single dropp of rain.
It will help the flowers grow and help heal the pain.
We are here for each other, for the one across the sea.
If you want to meet an angel, remember the bee.
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