The Guardian Angel - Poem by Daniel Treese
When you are sad and depressed, He is there to melt the sadness away, and fill your body with laughter. When a fool takes you for granted, and breaks your heart, He is there to sew the two broken halves together. When a loved one abuses you, and you are in pain, He is there to drain the pain, and fill your heart and soul with happiness. When you come home crying, He is there to kiss away your tears, and put a smile on your face. When all your worries are gone, and you are happy, Then the guardian angel can float to the clouds, where he watches you from above.
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