James Darwin Smith II

Gold Star - 5,413 Points (10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

An Angel Cried - Poem by James Darwin Smith II

An Angel cried
Ice came out of her very eyes
Full of shame
And I have no idea why

An Angel cried
Build an igloo with her Artic eyes
So cold and morbid
Awaiting her own demise

Into the depths of her frozen hell she goes
Judged herself her own self judgmental woes
Felt ugly and all alone
Stuck in a roam less roam

Yet, Heaven was always there
Abased she never could bare to show her face
Felt like a disgusting disgrace
Felt like a waste of space

An Angel cried
Upon the northern skies
Clear visions pulverized
Freezing innocence of it's pride
Giving into the lust of a polar shift demise

A world spreading it's cold
A new ice age being foretold
Climate changes abound
The bare essentials of an uninhabitable ground

This Angel can no longer fly
Her wings, Frozen
Her soul has died

Society made her cry
Yet, Everyone asks each other why
The blame is never ones burden
As long as long as no one else is hurting

And with her wrath comes pain
Now all knows her name
Mother, She is to us all
How can we even be rectified by her fall?

An Angel cried
Ice came from her eyes
Stuck in her own demise
Now everything around her has died

This was a vision I had
So dreary and so very sad
The world how its gone so mad
Vindication a defense for the weary

In a vast imaginative trance
Gone in a winter storm fury

Awaiting spring to be sprung at last
Soon all cold will pass
And warmth will soon be delivered

An Angel once cried
Now I know exactly why

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is a poem I wrote on January 28th 2012, I have not shared it much so many have not read it yet,

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 3, 2012

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