Where There A Angel Thus There Is Respect. - Poem by Raymond Sawyer
For one who look to the night sky thus one see a star that have a twinkle and yet every star that one see for it's the angel of the night but when one wish to feel the touch of respect yet for who's eyes will twinkle in the house of the angel of respect thus where there a angel thus there is respect.
But yet one wish for the touch of respect but when one look to the sky for there a star with a twinkle for every twinkle that one see is the angel for who will fill once heart with respect yet one see falling star for one who catch a falling star shall feel the touch of respect and yet where there a angel thus there is respect.
Night after night for one look to the sky just to feel the touch of respect and where there happiness for one shall see the angel with the twinkle that shine in the night when the stars sparkle thus every star that sparkle is the sparkle of respect for when one see the blue moon thus one see the light of life for where there a angel thus there is respect.
What a lovely night thus for one see a lovely angel for who's heart is fill with respect but to the family of the angels shall fill the night air with respect another night for another wish and yet for one look to the sky just to feel the touch of respect and yet where there a angel thus there is respect.
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