The Making Of Angels - Poem by Richard Baird
"God" has a very special need for angels in "His" realm,
"He" needs some workers on his ship, for "He" is at the helm.
"His" ship sails on the sea of life, of rough and troubled waters,
The same sea that's a training ground for mothers and their daughters,
For this is where they learn to deal, with all that comes along,
A training place that gives them heart, and makes them true and strong.
I'm sure that "God" has got a source, to greatly fill "His" need,
Where daughters learn from mothers, and will take their turn to lead.
A training place for angels, that will be in rich supply,
As mothers teach their daughters, to be ready when they fly.
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