For When The Sun Shine Thus The Angel Of Respect Touch A Rose. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer
For every rose that one see thus the sun will touch a rose with the touch of respect just to fill a heart with respect for the more the sun shine the more the birds shall sing for a heart that wish for the touch of respect yet just to feel the sun is like being touch with the light of life that is the light of respect and yet for when the sun shine thus the angel of respect touch a rose.
Just when the sun raise for every bird that one see shall touch the sky with respect but for who will feel the touch of the rose that been touch with respect the more one see the bird the more the rose will bloom in full with respect but for when the sun shine thus one will feel a warm smile that will warm once heart and yet for when the sun shine thus the angel of respect touch a rose.
Time after time the birds will touch a heart with respect but it's the sun that one will feel that will warm once heart for who's eyes will sparkle in the night for every sparkle thus there a star that will twinkle in the night sky but the more one see a star the more stars that will shine every min that one feel the touch of respect thus the angel of the night is what one see in the sky the more stars the more the moon will raise with the light of life and yet for when the sun shine thus the angel of respect touch a rose.
Just to look to the sky for one see a dove that is the angel of respect but for every moment that one see a dove of respect for one will feel it in the air but when the moon raise for the more one will see the stars that shine in the night for every star is the star of the angel that fill the air with respect but just to feel the breeze that whisper in the air and yet for when the sun shine thus the angel of respect touch a rose.
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