The More One See The Blue Moon The More One Feel Respect. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer
When one wish to feel respect for one look to the sky for every star that one see is the eyes of the angel for who's heart is fill with respect but yet one wish to see the blue moon the more one wish thus the blue moon will raise to the night sky but yet the more one see the blue moon the more one feel respect.
Every moment that one wish for the blue moon and yet the more stars one see thus every star that one see is the stars of the angel that have a lot of respect to fill once heart and yet for every twinkle that one see shall twinkle in once eyes just to feel the breeze that whisper in the night but yet the more one see the blue moon the more one feel respect.
Where there a rose thus one shall see a lily that wish for a touch of respect but for who's heart will feel the touch of respect just to feel the touch of respect is like being touch by a falling star and yet when one see a star thus the star that one see is the star of the angel yet the more one see the blue moon the more one feel respect.
Thus when the blue moon raise for there a light of respect to fill once heart with respect but when one see a star thus one wish to feel the touch of respect but just to look to the sky for there the blue moon shining in the night where there a heart that wish to feel respect and yet the more one see the blue moon the more one feel respect.
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