Scott Stanley Davis

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Angels I've seen


I know a Angel, who might have been there at the Tower of babel, a simple woman who will be going to heaven, whom I might have seen when I was seven? But has brought Joy to all that surrounds her. She has a husband, who she got at a bargain and was introduced by her cousin, and he's better than Rock Hudson; and she brightened his day.He flew her to Holland then England on their wedding day. He went on assignment to an Island to get a Diamond for his fiancee, and just like double O seven at around Eleven, but then he wouldn't say, came back with a rock he dug from a block of chalk, and melted it right away; into the most beautiful diamond bouquet that was then put on display; Then he wrote his vows on a smoke cloud as he flew in his plane, he made her a sweeter out of patent leather, and if you don't believe me, whatever! She works with people whose minds are a little gone, and she enlightens there stay, With a smile and with so much style that she details from day to day. Like I said she is an angel and while you might have heard the name, so she is the same and cares for her family as I have proclaimed.

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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