Adam McKim

Rookie - 222 Points (11/12/1984)

My Angel Love (Trijan Refrain)


My angel love, My angel love,
Such beauty in my eyes,
You're sent to me from God above
For Heaven heard my cries.
He sent you with a love so pure
A divine soul that's sure to cure...
My broken heart
My broken heart
Is safe within your wings, secure.

My angel love, My angel love,
You take away the chains,
You help me break away free of
The heartaches and the pains.
You wrap me up and hold me tight
And pull me out into the light...
We fly away
We fly away
My angel love, this feels so right.

My angel love, My angel love,
Don't ever let me go,
I give my thanks to God above
For sending you below.
And when my time comes to an end
From all the years which we transcend...
I'll follow you
I'll follow you
To Heaven we will both ascend.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 05, 2012
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Trijan Refrain Style
The rhyme scheme is a/b/a/b/c/c/d, d refrain /c

The meter is 8/6/8/6/8/8/4,4 refrain /8

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