Angels By Dorothy Walters


Some looked up, saw an angel riding
earthward on a cloud,
and gasped.

Others saw nothing,
proclaimed the whole thing
a fraud,
mumbled that they ought
to pass laws.

Still others wandered aimlessly,
looking under rocks and trees
for answers,
sleep walkers wishing that someone
would come along and find them.

The angel kept on coming
and soon was joined
by others of her kind,
all plunging down to earth
to help her in her need.

The alarm bell had sounded.
The sirens were going off.
The angels heard and were kissing awake
all who were ready,
who were open.

Dorothy Walters
May 6, 2018


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