Raymond Sawyer


Every Star That One See Is The Family Of Respect. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer

For when the sun is out thus one will feel the warmth of the sun for the sun will warm once heart with respect and yet for there the moon for one will see the stars of Star bucks for the stars is the family of respect thus respect to the family it mean a lot yet every star that one see is the family of Star bucks.


Just too see the moon for the family of Star bucks will sparkle in the night but when one see a star thus once eyes shall twinkle like the diamond in the night sky but every min that one see the moon thus the light of the moon is the light of life yet every star that one see is the family of Star bucks.


Just to feel the light of the moon is like feeling the touch of a rose that bloom in the morning sun with respect and yet every star that one see is the angel of respect but for one who feel a warm smile thus the warm smile that one feel is the family of Star bucks that have a lot of respect but every star that one see is the family of Star bucks.


When the moon shine in the night for every min that the moon shine the more one feel the light of respect but where there happiness for one will feel the touch of respect by the family of Star bucks for it's the stars with a twinkle in their eyes to feel the touch of respect and yet every star that one see is the family of Star bucks.

Topic(s) of this poem: than-bauk

Form: Ballad


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Well good morning to all the people that come here just for a good cup of fresh cup of coffee just before they have to be at work but when they feel a warm smile that says welcome to Star bucks.

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  • Gajanan Mishra (8/29/2015 9:39:00 AM)


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 29, 2015



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