For One Who See The Moon Thus The Angel Of Respect. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer
For night after night thus one see the new moon that shine in the night but or one who see the new moon thus one shall feel the light of life for every light of life is the light of respect and for one who wish for the touch of respect shall feel the touch of the angel with eyes that sparkle in the night and yet for one who see the moon thus the angel of respect.
But just before one see the moon thus one see a star with a twinkle that shine in the night sky with the touch of respect but for who will feel the touch of respect every min that one see the moon thus one wish for the touch of respect but yet when the moon shine thus it's like a child with warm smile that shine with the respect and yet for one who see the moon thus the angel of respect.
Thus where there a angel for one shall be touch with respect every moment that one feel the respect the for one will see the stars that shine with respect just to be touch is like feel the touch of a rose that is in full bloom but when the stars sparkle in the night sky for it's the angel for will will fill a heart that wish for respect for where there a heart thus there is happiness and yet for one who see the moon thus the angel of respect.
Every min that the moonshine for a rose shall be touch with respect but for who's eyes will sparkle with respect for it's one who wish for respect the more one wish for respect the stronger the respect will get just to see the angel thus one feel the respect in the angel eyes thus for every sparkle that one feel is the sparkle of respect and yet for one who see the moon thus the angel of respect.
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