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I wrote this poem for my son. I love him with all my heart and I always want him to know.

Angels Cried

On the day that you were born,
I know the angels cried,
To send away from them to me,
A most wonderful and delightful child.
For you have brought
Such joy to me,
And for this
I am so grateful.
But I know they miss you, son,
From around the Master's table.
I feel honored and blessed this day
To have you by my side,
For you, my son, my gift from God,
Have brought to me such peace and joy.
I feel I must confide,
My son, I can't thank God enough.
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9 Visitor Comments

I love this poem. My first son was born during a heatwave. However, the day he was born it rained. I've always told him the angels cried when he left. My second son's name means "gift from God"
This is a great poem verry touching
this poem is very touching and as an expectant mother almost provoked tears. Very nice!
this is a good poem!
i have two son's of my own and i've always thought of them as by blessing and your poem says it all
Great poem
This is a very talented lady, who writes beautiful poetry.
Here I go crying again! You really do have talent..any poem that makes me cry with joy is wonderful
I think poem has a meaning about the unconditional love a father has for his son. It's also saying that he will always be there for his son whenever he needs his dad.

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