Angel in disguise

Pamela this one is for you my dear

She puts aside her struggles
Her worries cast away
To brighten every moonlit night
And bring sunshine every day

If you asked her she would tell you
It’s really no big thing
But then she turns to walk away
And at once you’d glimpse those wings

I’m convinced she is an angel
This most precious friend of mine
Though she may not admit it
I’m convinced she is divine

A shoulder there to lean on
A gentle, calming heart
A friend so dear and important
Although miles apart

She will adamantly deny it
Hide her halo with innocent eyes
But everyone who knows her sees
She’s an angel in disguise

Love you Pam, and thanks

Published by: Ionia Froment

Blogger, reviewer, theology/philosophy major. I'm a mother and a writer and a supporter of free speech and freedom in general. My favourite author is Albert Camus, and I listen to a bit of everything. I've been too busy (LAZY) to blog in the last few years, but I'm giving it another shot.

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