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Story of a frail old Angel with music and effects and is best downloaded to view.

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  • OLD ANGEL A FRAIL [email_address] Slides change automatically
  • Last night I had a dream It had a tale to tell; I dreamed I saw an angel ... Poor thing, she wasn't feeling well.
  • Her body bruised and battered, Her wings were ripped and torn; This angel could hardly walk, She looked so tired and worn.
  • I walked right up to her to ask, "Angel, how can this be?" She turned around and paused a bit, Then she spoke these words to me:
  • "I'm your Guardian Angel, A great task as you can see; You've run amok most of all your life, Look what it has done to me."
  • "These bruises are from shielding you, In times both dire and ill; Those alcoholic bouts and drugs you've used, I've often paid the bill."
  • "You see my wings are ripped and torn. How often they have flown you From evils unaware; Each mark is it's own story Of deadly wounds destroyed."
  • "You made me wish ... more than once, That I was unemployed; If only you could make it, Standing on your own."
  • "Oh, don't you fret or worry, But please try to remember ... I'm getting old and frail."
  • I could not believe all I had heard, Let alone how much she cared; I wept upon her shoulder, Then left her in despair.
  • The next day I sat and pondered, Should I really try? And in the distance I thought I heard ... A frail old angel cry.
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