My Angel, Oh My Angel | [POETRY]

27 Jul

Image of an angel weeping on a gravestone.

My Angel, oh my Angel.

My Angel, Oh My Angel

I spoke with my angel as she cried today.

Her heart was ripped in half.

Her relationship with her mom had tumbled.

And hope was at best a laugh.

“My mom made me, feel like a fool.”

I can’t take this anymore.

It hurts too much, it pains my soul.

It breaks me to the floor.

“And when hope comes back to fill my mind,

I want to run away.

She’s broke my trust, that’s it, I’m done.

I quit, that’s what I say.”

And to my friend I listened, her heart was ripped in half.

Her gentle, fragile soul was spent, hope was but a laugh.

I hugged her through the mobile line, as kindly as I could.

And loved her, held her, heard her,

standing by her through bad and good.

If you could reach out to this angel, what words of comfort and insight would you be able to share?


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9 responses to “My Angel, Oh My Angel | [POETRY]

  1. gingersnap74

    07/27/2015 at 23:44

    Thank you both! Very very kind words. Brings tears to my eyes! I appreciate it! xo

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  2. Ms. Ethel Duck

    07/27/2015 at 22:38

    I would hig you friend and say, “You are the daughter of the Most High. A princess to the King of Kings who loves you more than any earthly person could. Climb into your Father’s lap and give Him the burdens of your heart. You cannot change you mother. All you can do is place her in your Father’s capable hands. She is His child, broken in her own life and He loves her more than you can. The burden is not for you to carry. Trust that He has a plan and is a God of restoration and healing. You may have to set the boundaries and detach to do this and that is perfectly ok. Keep striving to build your relationship with Him and know He’s got you covered.” I just want to go on and on but I won’t. Please hug her for me the next time you see her.

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  3. morgueticiaatoms

    07/27/2015 at 22:13

    I would say, “well meaning people are often the most offensive and it’s hard not take it personally. It feels like a personal assault. You have to consider the source and feel sympathy for them as their only way to feel good is to tear another down…You build people up, and that’s what makes you ten times stronger than any naysayer.”

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  4. gingersnap74

    07/27/2015 at 21:28

    Such a sweet friend you are!!! Love you! xo

    Liked by 1 person


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