sunny Munera Managan

(06/23/1988 / Venezuela)

A.I.R.A. Anthony an Individual Real Angel


An angel arrives
From womb to world
A divine creation
We become
A gift of detachment
We become
A gift Of attachment
We become

Infuse with gifts
Before we are born
We are masters of our own
With special gifts
Withing this beatiful gift
A positive gift we become

From womb to the world
With open eyes we receive
A one special gift
Within our senses
Our special gift grows
Dividing us from
Positive to
Negative gifts

Growing to become
A beautiful angel
Who we really are
From womb to the world
A world to be round
And around we go
Receiving and giving
With time it goes

But here we are
In this round world
With open eyes
We become who we are
The time have come
To detach the one
We feel from
Womb to world
A blink of an eye
Is all what we have
Going back and
Closing our eyes

Taking the one
Special gift
Infuse within
Divine creation
And the one
Gift is LOVE
The greatest
Of all
We Love you
And Miss
so much

Submitted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 20, 2014

Topic(s): Love


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I dedicate this poem to my late grandson who i love very much in life and spirit
till we meet again i will keep loving you and keep rocking on.
I will always love you

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