jayne harris

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Sleeping Angel


sleeping angel where are you now
i wanna see you but dont know how
i know your with me in the day and night
i can never see you in your dazzling light
i just long to be near you your my pure delight

oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh your my sleeping angel

sleeping angel you make my heart pound
i wanna hear you but you dont make a sound
i know your near me but i dont know how far
your light is brighter than shooting star

oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh your my sleeping angel

sleeping angel come stay around me
i want you around me wherever ill be
watching over me whilst i sleep
nobody knows you your my secret to keep

oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh your my sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh sleeping angel
oh your my sleeping angel

Submitted: Thursday, March 20, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: peace


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