Angels by Angel Bette Graceful, free, they move in silent knowing, gently nudging, not intruding, they guide us down the path. Listen closely, softly speaking, they know where we need to be, and when… and even why.
An Angel Poem by Joyce Scheel There is a place called heaven, In the beautiful skys. When a person is in need, The angels arise. God’s precious jewels, Are the angels from above. The are God’s creatures, Full of love for you and
Guardian Angel Nancy Sue Meyer © 1-22-98 Guardian Angel, by my bedside, guide me gently, as I take flight. You whisk me, to places unknown, where all is beautiful and free. I never feel cold or frightened, with your wings wrapped around me.
An Angel by Linda Cormier Lying in my bedroom many years ago Though it seems like it was only yesterday With a delicate melody of tinkling bells Accompanied by sparkling stardust glitter That shaped into a form of a man There stood the
A Simple Poem by Jesse Lambert Angel of sweet mystery, always stand by my side, when I need help I will turn to you, when I need love you are there. Angel sent from the heavens above, sent from God to me, hold
My Angels by Beth They’re everywhere and everywhere and they’re not there we can’t see them; we can’t see God; It would be too much But they’re there. They always have been there and always will be Sometimes you feel them your back
Angels By Bernice Melton Angels are sent from heaven above, They’re a symbol of peace, an expression of love. Guiding arms are there to protect you all the day through, God sends them with His love to watch over me and you. So
Just My Dream Sent from Vanessa Walker Looking through the looking glass At the tranquil moments pass Caressing the thoughts of peaceful places Rippling waters, alluring sunsets, familiar faces. Keeping all the beauty in my mind Where thoughts are kept and more to
The Rustle of Angel Wings copyright, 1997 by Linda Van Fleet I looked for You in big things; I couldn’t find You there. I cried; I sighed; for others seemed to see You Everywhere. I wanted just to know You so much to
Sand Upon the Shore by Jim Roberts My sins are Many, Like the sand upon the Shore, As the tide and waves of the Ocean, Compares to the precious blood of our Lord, For they forever Remove and Cover, Even though, There’s always