Vanessa Cabrera

Rookie (July 31 1987 / Guinobatan Calapan City Oriental Mindoro, Philippines)

Angel Sleeps


I close my eyes, somehow I reach the heaven
As my angel sleeping, and laying with me tonight,
What a wonderful sight
As I gaze at him somehow I saw the glimpse of heaven
His innocent face that I adore,
His lips that I want to kiss for sure

Beneath this blanket I feel the warm of his body
As the night torture by rain, cold as ice,
As I kiss him goodnight, somehow I dwell to paradise
The love I have, I want to emphasize

Every moment with you, I’ll cherished
In my heart it will never been perished
With you, my whole world complete
Every minute, every second of my life lighten
With you, I can see all the things brighten
I trance our relation for infinity.

I’m counting in heaven just to be you
Tonight is a night to remember
As my angel sleeps beside me

Submitted: Friday, May 20, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011

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