My Broken Angel

I watched you change
Into an Angel
I looked away
Only to find you were not what I imagined

I watched a cloud
fade into you
It’s like you never
had wings

I know you fell
Just for me

I watched you change
I took you home
set you in my glass jar
I pulled off your wings
Then I smiled
I watched you grow
black wing’s

It’s like you never
had those wings

Though you fell
So very hard
I watched you change
like you never lived before

Now I have wings
An Angel without a cross

I look away
As I gave you the gun
You blow me away

I watched you fly
as I sat down to cry
It’s like you never
Knew how much I cared

You lost your wings
As you fell
Into my jar

I watched you change
Into black wings

I know you fell just for me

I watched it all from my cloud
It’s like you never
fell at all.

About Amanda D Shelton

I write poetry, I also create digital art. I am disabled I suffer from high functioning autism, chronic pain, Dystonia, and Muscle dystrophy. My writing is a reflection of my thoughts and experiences. I blog because I love writing. I write because my emotions are too strong to express any other way. I have been told I am exhausting to speak to because I have a lot to say. My IQ is above 200 and I have Savant Syndrome. I was diagnosed at the age of 33 with high functioning autism and Savant Syndrome. I make friends very easily because I don't have boundaries and I am not shy. I am very honest and welcoming. I love people and animals. I always look forward to writing in my blog Gothic Realms Dark Visions In The Night. I hope to see you there. Feel free to leave a comment and like my posts.
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