Angel's Tears

Poem by: SmileValentine

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Rain is the most amazing sight to see. But who knows when it rains, someone cries?

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Submitted: December 26, 2011

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Submitted: December 26, 2011

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Angel’s Tears

Upon looking at the sky,

I can say that angels cry.

Through the clouds of grey,

That greets me saying ‘hey’.

Heavy fall of shower came,

Like meteors shining in fame.

I took the umbrella with me,

And catch each drop I see.

Caught in coldness and fear,

I witnessed the fall of angel’s tears.

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Angel's Tears

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Rain is the most amazing sight to see. But who knows when it rains, someone cries?
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