Unknown Angel - Poem by Austin Warwick
The girl was walking in the streets.
Wearing headphones listening to a beat.
Then a giant truck came.
She wasn’t quick on her feet.
No one knew who she was.
She fed the homeless.
Gave rescue animals a home.
She was an unknown angel.
She never used labels.
But she used razors.
Bullied for her weight.
And for not being straight.
She is an unknown angel.
Who now is free.
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