Raymond Sawyer


For Where There A Heart Thus There Respect. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer

Some where there a heart that is full of respect and yet the more a heart wish for the touch of respect for the a special star that will fill once heart with respect just to feel the touch of respect for once eyes shall twinkle and yet for every star that one see is the angel of respect but for where there a heart thus there respect.


For when the sun shine thus a rose will bloom in full but there a lily that will touch once heart with the light of life but when one see a rose that been fill with respect is the rose of the angel of respect for every rose that on touch shall feel the touch of respect but yet for where there a heart thus there respect.


When the sun raise for the moon that been touch with respect for what one see in the night is the eyes of the angel for who will touch one with respect and yet for there a warm smile that will shine like the morning sun that touch the blue sky thus for where there a heart thus there respect.


For every moment that one see a star the more one feel the night breeze that whisper in the night air and yet for where there a bird thus the bird will fill the air with respect to the family of Star bucks mean a lot for it's the family that will fill once heart with respect yet where there a heart thus there respect.

Topic(s) of this poem: than-bauk

Form: Ballad


Poet's Notes about The Poem

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

Comments about For Where There A Heart Thus There Respect. by Raymond Sawyer

  • Edward Kofi Louis (8/31/2015 3:58:00 PM)


    Feel the touch of respect and, shine with muse of your sweet heart! Nice work. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 31, 2015



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