Broken Hearted Angels

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Poem number 21 NaPoWriMo

It seemed like broken hearted angels

were weeping over her

she’d been battered and bashed

lied to like never before

there was nothing to make her

believe in love anymore

fairytales were put away on childhood’s shelf

no Prince Charming to save her

when the rains came she knew

that broken hearted angels

were weeping for her

her heart was aching

and she was so very tired

looking for love

in all the wrong places

among angry faces

with every beat of her heart

the teardrops came

he knew that he wouldn’t make it

the moment the door slammed

it sounded in his ears

echoing  in his heart

he walked for what seemed like miles

and the few raindrops that fell

mingled with the tears on his face

he looked up toward heaven

wondering if broken hearted angels

were crying up above

head down she strode forward

hands in her pockets

her thoughts so very sad

the wind whipped about

misty eyed they collided

all he saw were sparkling blue eyes

she saw a handsome man

with pain in eyes of brown

for a moment they stood

looking so very downtrodden

but both had been paralyzed

their hearts frozen and ice cold

thunder clapped and lightening flashed

they glanced once more

reaching out to one another

with trembling hands

but the smiles were so real

perhaps they could heal

so now the brokenhearted angels

could turn their frowns into smiles

and as the rainbow first appeared

so surprised were they

it brought about their first sweet kiss

two hearts ready

and the broken hearted angles cried no more

love had come through the door

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About Rasma R

I live in Riga, Latvia. I was born in N.Y.C. Love to write articles and poetry. Instruct people in the English language. Live in the suburbs with my husband Martin and my wonderful cat Sid. I love rock and roll, cooking, reading, poetry and traveling.
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