Engagement Ring


Bulging blue eyes stare
As my silver diamonds shimmer like stars
Into his large crusty hands I am placed
We drive to a little house passing the ocean
I am looked at from time to time
Open, shut, open, shut, open
Gone
I fall out of my black box into the harsh outdoors
My side aches after a wheel runs over me
Crunching into the gravel there I lay
Left
But not forgotten
Suddenly I see a figure
I am gently picked up
Considered curiously
Then dusted off and polished
He places me back into my silky surroundings
We drive to a restaurant
They eat an expensive steak dinner
As I wait anxiously in a moist slice of tiramisu
A man in a black and white suit carries me out
She cuts a big piece of cake
I see the world before being shoved into her slimy mouth
I feel her wet tongue until
Pop
Returning to the world I see
Blue eyes on one knee
As I slide onto my new home

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