Black Diamonds


In this cave,
He sweats and waits
Till his watch reads
Half past eight,

Could it be?
Gazing down this stream,
A pair of identical diamonds
With bright shining gleams,

Panting real hard,
Taking a drink of fresh water,
That's dripping off his guard,
The water becoming louder,

Tightening of his eyes,
Rubbing them,
Only to find out to his surprise,
Two black sparkling diamonds,

As beautiful as could be,
Beneath the earth's surface,
And who to be so lucky to find them but me.

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