For A Heart That Wish For The Touch Of The Angel - Poem by Raymond Sawyer
For every morning one look to the blue sky thus one feel the sun that touch the sky with respect but for one who wish for the touch of respect for one will feel the touch of a rose that been touch by the angel of the night sky just to feel the sun is like feeling a warm smile that will warm a heart that wish for respect but the more one wish the more the sun will fill once heart with respect and yet for a heart that wish for the touch of the angel.
Every min that the sun shine thus for a rose will touch the air with respect but for who's heart will feel the touch of respect for every blue sky thus a bird will sing for a heart that wish for the touch of respect night after night for the new moon shall raise to touch the night sky with respect the more one see the moon the more the light of life will touch a heart and yet for a heart that wish for the touch of the angel.
Thus for every star that one see shall shine in the night with the touch of respect but when one look in the eyes of a angel for what one see is the twinkle of respect just to feel the light of life is is being touch by a rose that been touch with respect but for every touch of respect the more one will feel a warm smile that the angel of respect fill the sun with and yet for a heart that wish for the touch of the angel.
For where there happiness for one will feel the eyes of the angel of respect touching once heart with the touch of respect that fill the night air but for every touch of respect the more stars that one will see but when the moon raise for there the angel of respect that fill the air just to feel the light of life thus one for who wish for the touch of respect and yet for a heart that wish for the touch of he angel.
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