Judy Arline Puckett

Rookie (6/16/1950 / Shreveport, Louisiana)

Angels - Poem by Judy Arline Puckett

She came as a child,
That smiled,
With dreams of making this world a better place,
You could see in her eyes,
A angel cries,
As a tear falls down her face.
Angel's come in sweet disguise.
I know I must have looked into an angel's eyes.

She came as a homeless woman on the street,
She asked so many people to help her to eat,
In her old worn out face.
There I saw a angel's grace
Angels come in sweet disguise,

I know I have looked into an angel's eyes.

She came to a hospital bed, She were a nurses cap on her head,
She did her best to keep hope alive,
Angels come in sweet disguise,
I know I have looked into an angel's eyes.

She came as mother that knelled to pray,
That her child would find a way,
To the place where heaven lies.
A tear came from an angel's eyes.
Angel's come in sweet disguise.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 14, 2009



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