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A Guardian Angel for Every Soul

Updated on September 9, 2018

How many times have we each been saved,

Only our angels in charge must surely know.

Our God, creator of this universe, does send,

To his children who are on earth, down below.

His saving each babe and providing their care,

A mother carries them to term, angels unaware.

Always making sure that they have basic needs.

One celestial being to assign, so each succeeds.

Forever preventing any harm to every chosen one,

Make sure they are secure, each daughter and son.

Their angel watches over them throughout their life,

Help all along the way, till each day and night is done.

When the innocent ones do sit alone, then contemplate,

Great wonders before each one are spread, is their fate.

This fate that their Maker has so given, one He has willed,

At the moment a child is born, love in all hearts are sealed.

As that child has grown up, well cared about, tall and strong,

One day in the future shares the same footsteps, never alone.

Their own children watched over and their ways safe, ensured,

An angel sent from celestial heights prevents harm, all secured.


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    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR


      14 months ago from United States

      Thanks, my friend. Blessings. whonu

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      Abdul Hood 

      14 months ago from 90037

      Lovely poem...

    • whonunuwho profile imageAUTHOR


      14 months ago from United States

      My thanks to Louise and Shannon for your nice support. Many blessings to all. whonu

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      Louise Powles 

      14 months ago from Norfolk, England

      That's another wonderfully written poem. Thankyou, I enjoyed reading it.

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      Shannon Henry 

      14 months ago from Texas

      What a beautiful poem here. Have you ever just had a feeling that you needed to urgently pray for someone out of the blue? I have, and your poem reminded me of one such time. I woke up from a sleep with my pounding, knowing I needed to pray for someone's immediate safety. I didn't know why, though, until a couple of days later when she was telling me about an accident she nearly had driving home the night I awoke for seemingly no reason in a panic. She lived out on a country road that wasn't very well traveled at night. Apparently, there was a big log in the road that she almost didn't see. I don't remember now how she avoided the accident, but I remember my reaction when she told me. It was a total "oh, my God" moment. That was literally all I could say as I started to stand up and hug her, but then sat back down instead because I simultaneously realized how foolish I'd look. After all, she didn't know what happened on my end that night. Of course, I told her right then and there. How could I not when she looked so puzzled at my reaction. LOL


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