An Angel's Kiss
Author: Catyrose


An angel landed near my front door
I heard the rustle of his wings
Opening the latch I asked him in

His smile so bright lit up the darkened room
I asked if hed enjoy a cup of tea
Of course, he said and smiled at me

My thoughts, I must admit were not quite clear
Yet never did I feel a trace of fear
Stumbling into the kitchen I put the kettle on

I heard him humming to himself
A catchy little tune I cannot place
It brought a smile to my face

Returning with cup in hand
I offered it to him
And asked him his plan

He drank in silence
Not a word did he speak
All at once he rose to his feet and placed the softest kiss upon my cheek

Just as I wondered what would happen next
He walked to the door
Admist my protest

With a smile and a tear in his eye
He raised his wings and gestured good-bye
Leaving me alone to wonder why

------- Author's Notes -------

Just an account of a dream I have had several times recently.


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