Angel Food Cake

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  • Fantasy
    • Robin
    • Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.

    Angel Food Cake

    One night I had a dream
    And it seem so very real
    I saw an Angel in the corner
    He was sitting very still
    As I looked into his eyes
    He raised his head and said
    “If you don’t mind I am hungry
    Can you spare some bread?”
    As I raised my brow to him
    And my look one of surprise
    I got up out of my bed
    And he slowly began to rise
    As I walked out of the room
    “Follow Me,” I said to him
    So we tip-toed to the kitchen
    Where the lights were very dim
    Then I opened up the cabinet
    And no bread did I find
    He reacted so strangely
    That I thought he’d lose his mind
    All of a sudden he stopped
    On his face a big wide grin
    He said “I am so very hungry
    Could you hand me that my friend?”
    I slowly turned around
    To see just what he saw
    I looked over on the counter
    I stood there in such awe
    Such warmth came over me
    As a tear fell from his eye
    His face was all aglow
    And I thought I heard him sigh
    As I gave him what he wanted
    From my sleep I did awake
    Laughing to myself, because
    It was an Angel food cake.

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    wheelsal commented on Angel Food Cake

    07-09-2009

    This is sweet and fun. It is a story in poetry and a wonderful dream.................... Sally............

    Jedi4Jesus commented on Angel Food Cake

    07-09-2009

    Wonderful story telling. Poetlcally sound. Thank you.

    Clementinewoods commented on Angel Food Cake

    07-09-2009

    This is a very nice and cute poem!!! I enjoyed reading it. I like to read and write religious poems and songs. Thanks for sharing your work and be blessed!!!

    Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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