ANGELS IN DISGUISE
They walk amongst us, I tell you
Carrying out their assignments whilst blending in
That stranger who allows you have the bus seat nearest to the window.
The taxi driver that returns the wallet you cried over – intact.
The boy that holds the door open when you have your hands full.
The uncle that credits your account when you’re on the edge of being cashless.
That lunch lady that adds an extra meat without any previous rapport.
That guy that isn’t afraid to tell you that you’re stained.
The coursemate who accommodates you under her family-sized umbrella.
The friend who won’t allow you go out looking like a rainbow.
The father who renews your BIS without your asking
The police officer that lets you off with a warning.
The sister that gives you those pair of shoes.
That mother that won’t stop praying for you.
The rugged-looking evangelist that tells you ‘Jesus loves you’.
(still under construction)