Treasure Island

Sandra Kelley

(May 27,1999 / Waco, Texas)

Angels Weep


Guardian weep when the one they
protect is hurt

They try to help but its no use
They're gone from happiness

The Angel weeps for the love she protectes
The Angel would die to take the pain away

She takes the blade and hides it
She takes the pills and hides
them as well

She thinks 'Why, love? Do you love me as I do you? Do you know how I feel? Do you know me? Do you even see me? '

He looks at his Angel and realizes for the first time what she did and that
She is his love, life, Guardian Angel, and that his beautiful Angel us weeping

He wipes her tears away
Smiles and tells his weeping Angel

Not to worry anymore
for he won't ever try anything again

Cause he has found his Angel weeping because of something he thought would save him

Now the Angel has stopped weeping

Submitted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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