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Soaring Wings__A Collection of Angel poems

Kristen Howe had written dozens of poetry that focuses on God, Heaven and angels, ever since she had lost her grandfather in December 2005.

Angels Have Soaring Wings

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Inspiration for the Following Poems

Before I wrote novels, short fiction, and then nonfiction over here, I was a poet for half a decade. My inspiration for my angelic poems came from two small angel books I've brought in Pennsylvania on a trip. I've based my poems from there like a prompt. One was on angel thoughts, and the other from literary quotes and Biblical scriptures.

Back then, a bunch of my poetry in various subject matters and forms were published in ezines and some literary journals. I was set to have them in poetry chapbooks or poetry books to an e-publisher with free clip art, but it never came to pass at that time. So feel free to comment on my poetry with your thoughts. Enjoy my first selection of eight poems from my Soaring Wings poetry chapbook.

Soaring Wings and No Holy Beast

Soaring Wings

When we take flight into the white light,

Warmth confronts all of us when we arrive,

Angels and saints greet all at the pearly gates,

Surrounding by people who care and love us in clouds.


Our spirits soar on the wings of angels,

We feel at home is what eternity is all about,

Immortality is placed on soaring wings,

In Heaven, our new home is here to keep.

Inspirational quote: "Our spirits soar on the wings of angels" by Sarah Michelle.


No Holy Beast

Man is neither an angel, nor a beast,

They’re in between and not holy or mean,

Not even the duo like Jekyll and Hyde,

Man is just a human being.


And the misfortune for man is that,

That man is no holy beast to befall evil,

He who would act the angel acts the brute,

And man isn’t angelic, or a beasty monster.

Inspirational quote: "Man is neither angel nor Brute, and the unfortunate thing is that he who would act the angel acts the Brute" by Pascal.





Inspirational Angels with Halos

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Supernatural Guardians and An Angel's Home

Supernatural Guardians

Angels are the real thing, even invisible,

And so is God and in all of his glory,

They are supernatural guardians out there,

May it be in Heaven, or down on Earth.

Angels are the reassurance of the afterlife,

And that the supernatural eternity,

And the realm of God and His love,

It’s all real in the reality of it all.


Inspirational quote: "Angels are reassurance that the supernatural and the realm of God was real" by Richard Woods.


An Angel’s Home

An angel’s home is up in the heavenly sky,

They’re joined by God, and all saints and angels,

Freedom to do whatever we want without restrictions,

Or even without limits, they float on clouds.


It’s not only where the heart is to them,

But to all hearts--of the fallen and the living,

Only when it’s controlled, Fate is in their hands,

Except when it’s cut short from war or violence.

Inspirational quote: "To angels, home is not only where the heart is--but all hearts" from Karen Goldman.


Cherubs Will Provide Answers

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Believe in Angels and Guardian's Book

Believe in Angels

Never doubt in yourself when you’re down,

If you believe in angels, don’t you frown,

Is despair the very end of your woe?

Far off the angel voices the answer, “no!”


Never give into temptation or be in despair,

God is there for you, always understanding, and to care,

Devils despair, for they believe and tremble,

But man believes and hope to have faith and reassemble.

Angel thought #19: "Is despair the end of woe?

Far off the angel voices answer, "No!"

Devils despair, for they believe and tremble,

But man believes and hopes."--Caroline Norton.


Guardian’s Book

A guardian angel has many things to do,

And with joy in His world, the guardian angel now sees,

They can predict the future in the present,

For a special doting child upon his knees.


With God’s hand and knowledge, a guardian writes in his approving book,

And composes of all good things as virtues and innocent,

Checks it off with each upward, earnest, holy look,

Crosses off the bad wrongdoings as sins.

Angel thought #34: "With joy the guardian angel sees

A duteous child upon his knees,

And writes in his approving book,

Each upward, earnest, holy look."--John Keble



Visiting Seraphs and Assets of An Angel

Visiting Seraphs


For God will deign over Earth into the heavens,

And join Mother Nature and Zeus for wordly reign,

To visit oft of the dwellings of just men and mankind,

When it also visits the homes of women too.


Delighted is the feeling they have, and with frequent intercourse to travel,

From Heaven’s jeweled city of pearls to Earth’s ground,

To that place He will send His winged messengers for Him,

Delivering answered prayers and calls of help and need to His people.


And the return back to their home in the sky,

When visiting seraphs come knocking on your door,

On errands of supernal grace and good fortune,

With love, happiness, joy and peace to everyone.


Angel thought #3: "For God will deign

To visit oft the dwellings of just men

Delighted, and with frequent intercourse

Thither will send his winged messengers

On errands of supernal grace."--John Milton


Assets of an Angel

There are many assets of an angel in Heaven,

They’re always in motion on Earth, non-stop,

And their pure, innocent being is an intelligent essence,

Which makes them for who and what they are to us.


Angels always have a free will,

They serve God in the heavenly sky,

They’ve been bestowed with immortality,

And they always are incorporeal.

Angel thought #84: An angel is an intelligent essence,

always in motion. It has free will, is incorporeal, serves God,

and has been bestowed with immortality."--John of Damascus



Talked to Angel Poll

A Honorary Tribute

Before I wrote novels, short fiction, and then nonfiction over here, I was a poet for half a decade. After my grandfather passed away in December 2005, I started to write poetry that dealt with angels, Heaven, and God. Now I'm also honoring my mother who passed away four years ago. So here's the first batch of poems I wrote in their memory.

Angelic Afterthoughts

Looking back, when I first wrote that batch of poetry, it brought me closer to them. I could feel their presence and know when they're watching over me. After my grandfather died, writing angelic poetry was a cathartic way for me to move on and move forward. I've collected figurines and other type of small items that featured an angel and displayed them in my bedroom. I believed in God and the angels, since they were indeed my guardian angels. I also had dreams of the lost loved ones from time to time.

I did feel a warmth sensation and know they're listening to me when I talk to them and pray... whether at church or at home. Like journal writing, poetry is a good way to express yourself in thoughts and feelings, whether you've lost a loved one or a pet. It would help you release your true emotions. And I would encourage anyone to try it for themselves.

Please feel free to comment on my poetry with your thoughts

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on December 13, 2015:

Thanks Emge!

MG Singh emge from Singapore on December 13, 2015:

Lovely poems that stir the imagination. Enjoyed them

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on November 11, 2015:

Thanks Dolores for your kind words. I'm so glad you enjoy reading them. I do agree wit you that angels are watching over us in any form. Stay tuned for more this year.

Dolores Monet from East Coast, United States on November 11, 2015:

Hi Kristin - I enjoyed reading your poems about angels. It seems that in times of grief, we do turn to the concept of angels, whether real angels, or humans who become angels for us.

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on August 13, 2015:

Thanks so much! I'm working on a new batch of poems to post this weekend!

MG Singh emge from Singapore on August 13, 2015:

I liked your poems. So elevating

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on August 02, 2015:

Thank you so much!

MG Singh emge from Singapore on August 01, 2015:

Very touching poems. Enjoyed them

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on June 08, 2015:

Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Rachel. I'll have more to come this summer and fall. You're very welcome. Me too!

Rachel L Alba from Every Day Cooking and Baking on June 08, 2015:

I love poems or anything to do with Angels. Thanks for sharing yours. I voted up.

Blessings to you.

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on May 31, 2015:

Thanks so much!

MG Singh emge from Singapore on May 31, 2015:

Nice poems

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on May 30, 2015:

Thanks Akriti.

Akriti Mattu from Shimla, India on May 30, 2015:

Awesome as always

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on April 14, 2015:

Thanks so much for stopping by Colleen. Me, too. I'll be doing another angel poem collection this weekend, so stay tuned!

Colleen Swan from County Durham on April 14, 2015:

Loved this, I am lucky that I have found people in my life who are angels.

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on April 04, 2015:

Nell, thanks so much for your warm words. I still miss my mom everyday and know she's watching over me. I'll be posting another batch of angel poems within a week or so, and a sunset batch in early May.

Nell Rose from England on April 03, 2015:

Beautiful poems kristen, and the inspiration behind them too, sorry for the loss of your mother, I lost mine 15 years ago, but miss her every day, nell

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on March 24, 2015:

Thanks so much Shegetscreative. I have tons more to post in the weeks to come.

Angela F from Seattle, WA on March 24, 2015:

Lovely collection. Sharing an "internet angel" ~A~

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on March 20, 2015:

You're welcome Flourish. My pleasure. I'll share more in the months to come.

FlourishAnyway from USA on March 20, 2015:

These lovely poems provide comfort and inspiration. Thank you for sharing them with us.

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on March 20, 2015:

Thanks so much Venus for stopping by and commenting on my old poetry. I'll be sharing more poems in the months to come.

Daisy Rivera from Chicago, IL on March 20, 2015:

Kristen Howe your poems were eloquently designed. Keep sharing them we us because they are uplifting and interesting. I can't wait to read some more of your poems.

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on March 20, 2015:

Thanks so much Faith for those lovely words. You're so kind. I'll have more and more to share in the months to come.

Faith Reaper from southern USA on March 19, 2015:

I loved all of these poems about angels. I have had many encounters with angels. They protected me on my drive across state lines to see my dying mother. They have intervened on my behalf many times in my life. I am a breast cancer survivor. The Lord healed me for it was there and then it was gone! I love it when he baffles the doctors.

Blessings always

Up beautiful, interesting, useful and awesome

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on March 18, 2015:

You're very welcome Cam. Sorry to hear about your late wife. I have tons more to share throughout the year.

Chris Mills from Traverse City, MI on March 18, 2015:

My late wife had a few encounters, during her years fighting cancer, with those she considered to be angels. I never doubted her. Thanks for the beautiful words of hope.

Kristen Howe (author) from Northeast Ohio on March 18, 2015:

Thanks so much Peggy for stopping by to check out my old poetry. I'll be posting more in the future at HP.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on March 18, 2015:

I enjoyed reading your angel poems and the inspirational prompts that you utilized as inspiration. Well done! Up and beautiful votes.