Angels smoking cigarettes off of balconies. They write proverbs on bathroom walls and sing hymns in the aisles of grocery stores.
Angels still filled with fury from before. They hold a grudge. They carry a knife. Their words are sharp and hurt worse than any blade ever could.
Angels with soft voices and hard eyes. Angels trying to fit in. They’re trying to erase the pain
Angels with wrists covered in runes, angels trying to speak in the tongues that used to come so naturally but this mouth just can’t form the words.
Angels you meet on the street. They touch your shoulder and you’re struck with lightning.
Angels filled with ideas. Their mind is buzzing. Covered in paint and chalk, you know they’re miles ahead of you.
Angels on their front porches, drinking sweet tea with a goddess. It’s nothing like ambrosia, but it’s close enough.
Angels with bloody noses and a smile. Angels who’re confused by this life. It’s not so black and white anymore.
Angels who speak with their fists and are close to none. Their Father has left them in the dust. No one can help them.
Angels holding their partners close while dancing. This life won’t last forever, so they wanna hold her tight while they can.