Raymond Sawyer


The Rain Bow To The Angel Of Respect. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer

Thus for every drop of rain for there a rain to the angel of respect for who fill the air with the touch of respect but when one see the rain bow for the door to the angel of respect will touch once heart with respect but for one who wish for the touch of respect will feel the touch of the angel and yet the rain bow to the angel of respect.



For every rain bow thus one wish for the touch of respect but when the moon raise to touch the sky for one feel the light of life but the light of life is the light of respect that one feel just to feel the touch of respect is like feeling a warm smile thus it's the sun that warm once heart with respect and yet the rain bow to the angel of respect.



Every min that one feel a warm smile thus it's the sun that one feel for it's been touch with respect just to fill a heart that wish for respect but when the sun raise thus it shall touch every rose that one see with the touch of respect but for who's eyes will sparkle in the night with the touch of respect but for every bird is the bird of the angel of respect and yet the rain bow to the angel of respect.



For every rose thus there is warm smile that shine in the sky but just to see a bird sing for a heart that wish for respect is one who wish for the touch of the angel of respect but when just to look to the sky for one will see the eyes of the angel of respect sparkle in the night night after night or a rain drop is the rain bow to the angel of respect and yet the rain bow to the angel of respect.

Topic(s) of this poem: than-bauk

Form: Ballad


Poet's Notes about The Poem

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

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2016



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