|Angels Fly In Baseball (standard:poetry, 126 words)|
|Author: jodecieann||Added: Jun 22 2016||Views/Reads: 683/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|written late April 2016 for my son Houston following his Dad's death on April 23, 2016|
Heaven's got a baseball diamond Where no one's keeping score A pitcher's mound now is his home Beyond the golden door Now he's where he dreamt to be His throws are lightning fast Never saw the ball leave his hand Heaven's found it's pitcher, finally at last A perfect game he'll always throw In the promised land For heaven has a baseball diamond On the mound he proudly stands No outfield does he have It's just him Angels fly in baseball All games for him to win Kids were his to coach They grabbed him at his knees Starry-eyed beyond reproach Baseball passion he taught to me Angels shine in baseball No matter where they play We will play the game again One sunny heavens day Tweet
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