Sparkle, Sparkle - Poem by Chrissy Robinson
A diamond engagement ring
sitting on a sobbing woman's finger.
A newly washed car
proudly shown off by its owner.
The dew on a rose
after a morning's mist.
A child's eyes
on Christmas morning.
The vast ocean
reflecting the beaming sun.
A hard-earned trophy
being polished by its winner.
A baby's smile
which could make the gloomiest person smile back.
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