Angels

Angels

Status: Finished

Genre: Romance

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Status: Finished

Genre: Romance

Summary

Angels protect and guard us against invisible evil forces which seek to destroy our inner spirit.These are in the form of demons which can lurk in the darkest part of our sub conscious and troubled minds. They are seen as spiritual savours but some angels are there to corrupt us from ourselves which causes a struggle between goodness and evil within ourselves.

Summary

Angels protect and guard us against invisible evil forces which seek to destroy our inner spirit.These are in the form of demons which can lurk in the darkest part of our sub conscious and troubled minds.
They are seen as spiritual savours but some angels are there to corrupt us from ourselves which causes a struggle between goodness and evil within ourselves.

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Submitted: April 13, 2016

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ANGELS

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PROTECTING AND WATCHING OVER US THROUGHOUT OUR LIFE
THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN ACT LIKE A CARING WIFE
WITH THEIR ADORABLE CHERUBS BY THEIR SIDE
AND OUR EVERY SECRET THEY WILL NOT CONFIDE
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TRANSGRESSING FROM EARTH IN TO THE SPIRIT WORLD
THE ANGELS RETURN WHERE THEIR EMOTIONS ARE FILLED
WITH MEMORIES SO CLEAR OF THE DEARLY DEPARTED
WATCHING OVER THE MEEK AND THE FAINT HEARTED
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THEIR GLORIOUS SMILE SHINES UPON OUR FACE
WITH DIGNITY AND CHARM THERE IS SO MUCH GRACE
INVISIBLE TO THE NAKED EYE THERE IS NO SIGHT
FOR SEEING THEM SO CLEARLY WOULD ONLY DELIGHT
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ANGELS ARE AROUND US KEEPING US FROM HARM
DISAPPEARING IN THE MORNING AT THE SOUND OF OUR ALARM
THEY RETURN BACK TO HEAVEN WITH NEWS FOR THE DEPARTED
SO MUCH SADNESS HAS PASSED FOR THE BROKEN HEARTED


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