Martha G. Waldron

(Harisville, Pennsylvania, USA)

Angelitis - Poem by Martha G. Waldron

I have developed a terrible disease
With the greatest of ease
Life feels so very deplorable
And is made adorable
By the sound of your gentle voice
Months ago I made a sincere choice
To take all of this new love
The man sent me from above
My work was a terrible standstill
With all your charm and kind skills
Gave me a reason to be
The change is very easy to see
This is a wonderful rare disease
Loving you with the greatest of ease
You are my light for all to see
Always it will continue to grow.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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