I've Been Touched By An Angel Today.


a ray of light so strong
it felt as though
I had been struck fiercely by a bolt of sun

I can but gaze upon this powerful
yet gentle fiery flame

I stand bewildered  
touched by a vision so soft

encouraged by softened breeze

although weakened by blindness
a presence of wings in sight
I am aware of such beauty
and gracious divine light

created just for a moment
heaven has fallen to earth

never will I understand
yet, I do believe in this wondrous being

this magnificent brightness disappears

and in total triumph

I stand and gaze...

I've been touched by an angel today.

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  • Neville

    a BIG πŸ‘from me Teddy .. ❀️

    • Teddy.15

      Thank you dearest Nev. ❀️

    • aDarkerMind

      and I have been touched by your poem Teddy.

      • Teddy.15

        Awe thank you my dear Melvin, may an angel touch you dear friend. ❀️

      • LIZ

        Beautiful!!! Why was I flinching my eyes the whole time? Ohhhhh the light!!! Thank you Teddy!!! I indeed, I have been touched! πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

        • Teddy.15

          Awe thank you dear Liz. May your angel find you my darling friend. 🩷

        • Bella Shepard

          You are truly touched by an angel in this beautiful poem dearest Teddy. May that ethereal presence watch over you always, and give you divine inspiration. Love the pic, she's beautiful.

          • Teddy.15

            Thank you dear Bella, I hope she visits all of us, all those in pain and all those who need her. 🩷

            • Bella Shepard

              I think that is the very best wish!

            • Thomas W Case

              Beautiful work.

              • Teddy.15

                Thank you dear Thomas. πŸ€—

              • Goldfinch60

                You deserve that Angel's touch Teddy.


                • Teddy.15

                  Thank you dear Andy. Your words warm my heart πŸ’œ

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