The Night One See The Moon Is The Night Respect Is In The Air. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer
When one see the moon thus the stars shall sparkle in the night sky but for every star that fill the night air is the angels of respect but for who will feel the touch of respect just to see the moon light for the light of the moon is the light of life yet the night one see the moon is the night respect is in the air.
But yet when the sun raise for one will see a bird that will sing for the touch of respect but to the family respect mean a lot to the family of Star bucks for who's heart is fill with respect just to feel the warm smile is like feeling the touch of a rose yet the night one see the moon is the night respect is in the air.
Thus the more one see the moon the more the stars will sparkle in the night sky with respect for when the sun raise thus one feel the touch of warm smile and yet the smile that one feel is the smile of the angel for where there happiness for one shall look in the eyes of the angel but the night one see the moon is the night respect is in the air.
Every moon light thus when one see a star for what one see is the angel of respect but when once eyes twinkle for it's the angel that one feel yet every rose that one see for it's the rose of respect when the night is clear thus every min that one see the twinkle for it's the night one see the moon is the night respect is in the air.
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