Hanko Poolman


Angel Fire


When you hear a sound
And see a star
Then take your love to me
Cause I love you

You lit the fire of an angel
Angel fire it is called
Angel fire it will remain
You are the angel that had came and lite my fire
You came to my life

When you see the moon go to sleep
And you hear the day break
Then you will see me by your side

And in the sun u see a light
Brighter than anything
It's my fire burning
The fire of an angel with burning love
Just angel fire in my heart.

Submitted: Thursday, November 16, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 20, 2010

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Comments about this poem (Angel Fire by Hanko Poolman )

  • Rookie Roger Gadberry (1/22/2007 10:30:00 PM)

    This poem realy hits home with me. I feel the same way about my angel whome I share a bed with.

    I just wanted to thank you for opening my mind and allowing me to express how I have always felt about her.

    Thank you for your truely beautiful words,
    Roger (Report) Reply

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