Angels sing in me. I rush to write down what I hear. I carry a pad and pencil everywhere, for this singing may come at any hour in any place. I must get it down quickly and turn it into words and phrases before it passes away, leaving no trace. For the Angels, I have noticed, hardly ever sing the same song twice... All I can do is pray that my Angels will return and look over my shoulder where I write, and whisper a few more words in my ear. So that the singing I heard you may hear too.
by James Dillet Freeman
The Reverend James Dillet Freeman (1912-2003) was sometimes referred to as the 'poet laureate to the moon' because some of his poems were brought to the moon on Apollo space missions.
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