To See The Dove Is To See The Blue Moon Of Respect. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer
For one who look to the sky for one see a dove that will fill the blue sky with respect and yet the dove been touch by the blue moon with respect to fill once heart but for who's heart will be fill with respect and yet every dove that one see is the dove of the blue moon that have respect and yet to see the dove is to see the blue moon of respect.
Where there a smile that shine like the morning sun and yet the birds will sing for once heart to feel the touch of respect the more one feel the touch of respect but for every min that one see the sun thus for when night move in for one will see the stars that sparkle in the night and yet to see a dove is to see the blue moon of respect.
Thus every moment that one feel the blue moon for one will see the stars that will sparkle in the night sky yet the blue moon who touch the night sky with respect just to see a warm smile that touch the blue sky but yet for every touch will fill a heart but yet to see the dove is to see the blue moon of respect.
Just to see the dove for every dove that one see shall fill the air it respect for the dove is the angel of the blue moon that one see in the night when one see the sun set for the blue moon will shine with respect but just to feel the blue moon for one will smile for the touch of respect but to see the dove is to see the blue moon of respect.
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