She adorned the perfect white.
Crystal clear and white.
With millions of sparkling diamonds
carelessly flung all across.
She glistened brilliantly in the sun
Like nothing could shine brighter.
She shone brightly even at night.
The moon shone off her, too perfectly.
I watched her for days together.
Envied her for all the beauty.
But envied her mostly for the brilliance.
And when I thought she was looking no longer
I stole a handful of the shining gems
and wore them on my finger.
It felt cold.
But I finally got my diamond ring.