wendi Collier

(3-23-93)

Diamond Ring


If I were a diamond ring, everyone would stare at me.
They would wish I was there’s.
I would be beautiful.
I would make a girl happy.
I would light up her eyes when that special someone got on his knee and asked “will you marry me? ”
I would get compliments on my beauty.
I would have the whole world after me if I were a diamond ring.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 13, 2010

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