Robert Edgar Burns
The Coronation - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
She had eyes like dark Black Onyx.
Wearing earrings of Topaz Pink.
A Sapphire necklace adorned her neck,
And her white diamond bracelet made me blink.
Rings of Amethyst and Jasper,
With Jade and Ruby stones.
Mixed in with Opal and Pearl in the moonlight,
On her fingers they sparkled and shone.
She was ready for her coronation.
This princess to become my queen.
Her beauty lay not in her jewelry,
But my treasure is that she loves me!
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