Shanice A. Rodriguez


One Special Angel


Every where I go,
Every where I turn,
I see nothing but angels,
Angels surrounding me every where,
There may be millions,
Or maybe even trillions of angels,
But I know one thing for sure,
That there is only one special angel,
And one special angel only,
Out there some where for me,
Maybe even for you too,
One that is loyal,
One that is faithful,
Respectful,
Loving,
Thinks positive about everything,
And so much more,
Your angel may be completely different from mine,
But thats because every single one isn't the same,
So once we do find that one angel,
Learn to hold on to it as tight as possible,
And never let it go,
Because once its loose,
It will fly away,
And you may never find that one special angel again

Submitted: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 28, 2013

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