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angel's are their?

i see things in my life that make me cry.
when i barely get by.
there are love ones in my life
who make it hard to see the light.
who make it hard to stay on guard.
put i look up in the sky to see the stars .
there still shining bright over me .
there sorrows all throught the night.
i wish upon those stars.
please send down a angel
just for me.
or make sorry of he or she.
please watch over me.
and help guide me threw this lonely night .
that wates for me.
and let me live this life.
 that god gave me.
let me be just me.
and let my life live it fullest.
make me laugh at life.
for what it is.
let it be what it is
 life
for everyone to live a life to it fullest ,for me.
if i cry a tear or two
dry it for me.
and take this anger from me.
calm me from my fears that i fear.
for i well see a angel one day.
and i won't be alone in life.
for what i do.
come me down.
come for me ,
tell me what to do.
so much saddnest in my heart,
that fell from god grace.
 i fell away a stray of my life
i know this pain.
 i felling well go away.
for the angel of life she is still there.
help me not to worry about my life.
for it well be done.
as in earth as it well done in heaven.
angels of the night what for me.
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