Sossi Khachadourian


The Little Angel And The Jangel Rules


It was snowing winter day
That I never could forget that day
There was an angel sitting there
The tears were rolling down her baby face
She was just a little angel without trace
She was looking through the mirror to her wedding white dress
The people outside were singing
Happy songs next to her door
No one ever was aware of angel's cry
She was living at the jangel that no rule could be refused
She was the victim of the jangel rules
Where no human rights could be found
She was still a little girl
That had to obey to the jangel rules
The crowed of the people outside at once rushed to her room
The time was came for the little angel
To pay for the other's cruel rules

Submitted: Friday, May 04, 2012
Edited: Saturday, May 12, 2012
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