Alon Calinao Dy

Rookie (Samar, Philippines)

My Beautiful Angel


Standing all alone in the meadow,
I feel very, very low
Because I miss you so much
And I'm yearning for your touch.

On earth, you're the most beautiful woman
Your odor smells like a rose
And every time you make a pose,
I know I have fallen in love again.

I see no darkness in your soul,
But I see the fire in your eyes
I promise you'll not hear judgement from me
And I'll take good care of you, my love.

I won't let any demon ruins us,
I'll make a safe haven,
Build a strong castle only for us,
And I'll protect you like a raven.

I'll take away your abyss of boredom,
I'll give you all the freedom,
I'll give you everything including the moon,
And I'll make you a heart balloon.

Even Azrael, An Angel of Death
Will be very impressed
Because I'm so blessed
To have you till my last breath.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 09, 2013

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