THE ANGEL WITH A BROKEN WING

 

 

 

A pretty face, chiseled fine,
wide eyes, a life inter wined,
and those pouts red as wine,
told a tale of her life, a rewind.

She said she was once a little girl,
with big dreams in tow.
So she took off for a flight in the whirl,
with hopes shimmering in golden glow.

The world was huge, with boons and bane
but she just glided past the alleys
and by an old cottage she met a young man
holy, thought the beauty in glee.

The man was tall, sharp in his eyes,
wisdom,he held himself strong in guile.
All his worldly truths were lies,
and he spoke to the angel in a tone so servile.

Innocence thus triumphed, inglorious though,
she lost her way and the man swooshed
but she believed she can still go
miles across the farmland’s rainbow.

She said she was then a young lady
with bigger dreams in tow.
So she took off for a flight in the whirl,
with hopes shimmering in golden glow.

Lambent Sun and clouds dark,
she flew through it all
and suddenly a man valiant
came out of his pall.

Delighted, she walked with jaunty steps,
flattered by the debonair gentleman.
He bought her love with just a bet
and she danced away to his tunes in rain.

But her fate was not to shine,
the man she had, took a knife to stab,
so all the sugar melted to brine
and the dainty damsel could just whine.

All bedraggled and torn to dismay
was her hopes and ambition
and so she tried to fly away
but found in a wing, imperfection.

Then dawned the realisation harsh,
that she had a fall deep, so many
and now a broken wing, with a soul crash
sits the angel with her face gloomy.

And she has a broken wing that fell
which to the world she explains was done by a bee sting
and I just pass by,knowing her tale to tell
to world who knows about an angel with a broken wing.

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