Khaleel Steir

Rookie (Hartford, Connecticut)

My Angel


You are the brightest star in the night sky
Brighter than the sun itself
You smile, brighter than an exploding star
Nothing can truly be said to capture your true beauty
Your beauty, unmistakable
God has truly blessed you
For he has made the perfect angel
Though, you’re a blessing and a curse
A wonderful dream and a dreadful nightmare
For you are like lost gold, buried somewhere in the ocean
No, it cannot be!
You have shown me things man has dreamed of
Love, something few men have truly felt
No, it shall not be!
No, God why have you done this?
It’s like you’ve placed a indestructible glass between us
For you, my dear, are an angel
Then the question I must ask myself
That heart stopping question that could kill a man at hearing the sound
Are you my angel?

Submitted: Saturday, January 07, 2012
Edited: Saturday, January 07, 2012

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