Amy Ormonde

Rookie (January 13 1991 / Nancy, France)

My Light Winged Angel (Leslie Alexis) - Poem by Amy Ormonde

My light winged angel guided me
through the torment or another being
He made me see
My 'loved one'
did not love me

He cared and he listened
he did not hesitate
when i told my situation

He sat and siad
'listen anouk'
' Abuse is how they get control'
'You must leave him'
'You must get help'

well my angel
I now see
what you were always trying to tell me

You took me under your wing
and made me understand
That real love was not going to be with this man

My light wing angel
you saved my life

And to you I would give
every sacrifice

My light winged angel
I love you so

My light winged angel you do not know

How much you did
and saved my life
I sat there still
doing nothing but crying
and thinking....'Thank-You'......

And this my light winged angel
is what you did for me
you saved my life
and took me in

My light winged angel
I cannot say
how much I owe today
for your kindness
and this I must say

I love you
My light winged angel
Friends forever
and today


(hehehehehe Thank you leslie sooooo soooo sooooo very much, you are a true and dear friend, and forever, I hope we will always be)


Comments about My Light Winged Angel (Leslie Alexis) by Amy Ormonde

  • Rookie *~*happily desturbed*~* ? (6/23/2009 7:56:00 PM)

    this is definately sweet..... i give it higher than a ten...i give it a 100 :) (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie - 126 Points Leslie Alexis (heaven Is My Home) (6/23/2009 7:43:00 PM)

    this is sooooo sweet.

    My blessed child
    when reading this,
    I smiled.
    I smiled for the while.
    Angel of mine
    My wing you may have
    For its exist but to shelter
    To shelter you.
    Angel of mine
    My wing you may have
    For you have given them to me
    Angel of mine
    My wing you may have
    I promise to be there for eternity.
    My blessed child
    when reading this,
    I smiled.
    I smiled for the while. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 23, 2009