BY MELODY NAZARIAN
She wore white on her wedding day
And gleamed from head to toe
And though I wasn’t present there
I could still see the glow.
The way she peered into her Allen’s eyes
She couldn’t hide her awe if she tried
They were married in August in Armenia,
With smiles they couldn’t hide.
That night she illuminated like an angel
Not knowing she would become one soon
She danced in circles surrounded by light
That had nothing to do with the moon.
She was radiating from within
Getting ready to spread her light
All without even knowing it
Until one tragic plight.
And in an instant she left this earth
To spread her wings and fly
As heaven’s sweetest angel
The one that shines so bright.
Earth is now a little dimmer
But heaven is ablaze
With Angel Sosé’s beaming smile
That will never cease to amaze.