Richard D. Remler


I Believe In Angels


I believe in things
I cannot see,
I hold them close
And dear.
And though they're
Invisible to me,
They lurk so
Very near.

They guard my
Careful steps each day,
And in the moments
That I keep.
They kneel beside me
As I pray,
And watch me
As I sleep.

They whisper
Words of comfort
When I stumble and I fall.
Their words, though
Soft as whispers,
I think I hear them all.

They walk with me
Through valleys,
And through
The canyons I must face.
And teach me love,
And patience,
And God's own saving grace.

I believe in things
I cannot see,
And hold them
Ever near.
Though they're
Invisible to me,
I know that they
Are here.

Standing Guard,
Obedient,
Always watching over me-
Ministering angels
I'm not allowed
To see.

Until that appointed moment
When I leave this
Earthly dwelling place,
That's when
I will thank them
When I see them
Face to face.

Copyright © 2013 Richard D. Remler

Submitted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 29, 2013
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