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Carina's Wholesale Diamonds

My humble brown eyes saw everything be,
And though I say it, it was no big feat,
Perhaps Carina wasn't important to them as she was to me,
For other eyes around, at the time, couldn't see it,

Perhaps they thought Carina was just a gorgeous lady,
And her smile was worth nothing but parent's formality,
Well, not that she lacked in etiquette, you think, maybe,
But they seemed to see it as mechanically taught normality,

But at each one with feelings rude or vile,
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