Angels - Poem by Gerry Legister
In ever increasing blessings of ceaseless flow,
Running over with ten thousand ageless beings
Pass from earth daily carriage to and fro.
Keepers of mortal souls in heaven are unseen,
In halo vestment robe in paradise glorious light
Their good and great deeds we have esteem
Gospel champions by appointment for the right
Reasons protect choices made in every season.
Fairy angels alluring appears in many dreams
Share the message and leaves the limelight
To expose the chronicles of ceaseless humans
Express the thrill and pain of transforming sight.
In the ever expanse of heaven celestial glow
Angels passing from earth to different globe
All the terrestrial mysteries we may never know
Nor understand the symbols worn on their robe.
But a charge to keep mortal souls in heavens view
Ministries renew the fervor of ageless conquest
Given by supreme force the course of destiny review
Old and new will share their fate at the final inquest.
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