kimberly cross

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Angel's Poem - Poem by kimberly cross

I saw no golden halo, nor pure wings of white. Yet still there was something about you, like a great shimmering light. Your gentle nature and purest heart, shone out though it was dark. I felt a stir, and was ready, for where I was about to embark

You took my hand and led me far, into all that was my dream. My eyes could not comprehend, all that was being seen. I fell before your fairest grace, and cried tears of pure joy. For how could one like you exist, in the body of a boy?

An angel I beheld before me; though disguise it you may have tried. But nothing could stop the fact, and you held me while I cried. Though I smiled through my joyous tears, and stood again with you. For nothing could hold me down, while you were helping me through.

I cried your praise, and sang out, to let others know. That beside me rests a godsend, which I would proudly show. I put my hand in yours, and let my heart be shown; for I knew that I was safe, and that with you I would be known.

And I wanted to give you all, anything you would plead. But if you were an angel, what else could you need? Yet somehow my love was still enough, for your loving heart. I never had to worry that I wasn’t playing my part.

And so our friendship grew, and it became a bond. I knew right then, it would never fade; It would last forever and beyond. May you always know my thanks, and the great love I bestow; I want you to be here always; so never let me go.


(For M iguel)

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 31, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, March 4, 2011


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