Raymond Sawyer


The Land Of The Stars Is The Land Of Star Bucks. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer

Where there a land of happiness for where there happiness there the land of Star Bucks and yet for the stars is like family with beautiful respect thus one who walk in the land of the stars is the land of Star Bucks.


Sun after night thus every rose that one see is the land of respect for who will feel the respect from the land of the stars just to see the stars is like looking into the eyes of the stars thus the land of the stars is the land of the stars of Star Bucks.


The land of the stars is like being on the land of the angel for who has respect for every respect is like seeing the beautiful moon of respect yet respect has fill the air for the land of the stars is the land of Star Bucks.


Just to feel the lovely warm smile of the land of the stars thus once eyes shall twinkle like the land that has respect and yet the land of the respect shall whisper in the night the land of the stars is the land of Star Bucks.


Every land that one stand on is the land of Star Bucks for the land of the night whisper the name of Star Bucks with respect and yet another night for the land of respect the land of the stars is the land of Star Bucks.

Topic(s) of this poem: theatre


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Well it will soon be time to turn the clock back and yet Star Bucks will always do real good business even if the time is turn back this is why Star Bucks has respect.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 31, 2014



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