Ray Lucero


Nocturnal Visitor - Poem by Ray Lucero

At night in dreams she comes to me
In full length gown with veil of lace
With noble grace, grand authority
Gives sweet kiss ‘n warm embrace

Sits face-to-face with me then speaks
Of her many travels to distant places
Like Istanbul, Beijing, Mozambique
Of other lands she sometime graces

Reveals beauty of God's Creation
The value of a loving heart, soul
The power of prayer, meditation
About man's longing to be whole

My Guardian Angel then takes flight
As night gives way to morning light

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Topic(s) of this poem: angels

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 17, 2016



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