Jim O'Donnell

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Missing Wings - Poem by Jim O'Donnell

You think your angel comes with wings
Not true they can come as anything
What ever helps you see the light?
No matter if its day or night

Angels have never been on earth plane
The spiritual world is there domain
In your dreams they may call
And show you bits of life unfold

They may use the help of loved ones past away
To help to guide you in certain ways
The choice is yours to decide
Your will they will never compromise

Right or wrong they will stand by you
In every little thing you do


11 09 2010
Alice Springs Hotel
Kos

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 16, 2010



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