Patricia Kelley

Rookie - 23 Points (March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

Learn To Fly


Like a blue eyed Angel in the sky.
My voice will rise.
I’ll sing.
Healing broken wings,
I’ve been sent from a distance.
You can’t show any resistance.
Because when it comes to my voice, I’m persistent.
I can heal broken hearts,
Like rushing cool water poured on a burning heart.
You’ll get a new start.
And you’ll rise.
With no more crying eyes,
You’ll see the Man up above is wise.
He’s gathered all your tears in a cup.
He knows how you wound up.
Here with a broken heart.
Because nothing can be hid from the Father,
He’s like a caring mother to a broken heart.
He heals all hearts.
So don’t get your feathers in a flutter.
His love is softer than creamy butter.
Once you’re fixed.
You’ll get a new mix.
On Heavenly life,
And see visions of Angels floating from white puffy clouds in the sky.
And you too, will learn how to fly!
When you feel His love beneath the wind,
His love descends.
Nothing can stop you now!
Fly, child, Fly!

Submitted: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 21, 2013

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