Dawn Ferrett Poems
|41.||Golden Memory: A (True?) Story||4/16/2012|
|43.||Whatever Happened To Gratitude?||4/17/2012|
|44.||Highways And Byways Of My Mind||4/16/2012|
|45.||An Old Joke, Told In Rhyme!||5/4/2012|
|46.||Three Limericks By Yours Truly!||7/18/2012|
|47.||A Merry Dance||5/18/2012|
|49.||A Glutton's Lament||11/9/2012|
|51.||Flight Of Fancy||4/16/2012|
|52.||The Fairy On The Christmas Tree||5/18/2012|
|53.||A Love Poem? ? ? ?||6/25/2012|
|54.||Angels Are Rare||4/16/2012|
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Angels Are Rare
When someone touches your heart and soul,
Shines through the dark like a star,
Brings out the very best in you,
Becomes part of who you are.
You know you've been blessed a thousandfold
And this debt you can never repay.
For Angels are rare and Saints are few
And Miracles aren't seen every day.
Sadly you were only mortal, my friend,
But you'll always be special to me.
I need you to know that you're sorely missed!
You'll live on in my memory.
It really isn't funny
When the day is warm and sunny
But your nose is red and runny
Though you haven't got the flu.
And isn't it a pity
When the garden looks so pretty
That you eyes are dry and gritty
So you can't enjoy the view.