Diamonds sparkling,

In the wonderful sunlight,

I'm staring in awe.

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Amazed at beauty,

Stricken with this perfection,

I hope this is real.

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Expecting to wake,

Any moment eyes open,

To my darkened room.

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My 'dream' doesn't fade,

And neither does his great face,

And I wonder how...

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Is it possible?

Is it true that he's right here?

Like a marble god?

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Diamonds sparkling,

From his cold hard skin like rock,

Glittering for me.

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We declare our love,

It doesn't seem real to me,

I don't deserve him.

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Thinks he has no soul,

Believes that he's a monster,

And that he's not good.

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I tell him he's good,

He tells me I'm beautiful,

We think it's all lies.

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"You don't see yourself..."

"...very clearly," he tells me,

This is a lie too.

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In our meadow now,

Reminisce my human days,

But he still loves me.

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Diamonds sparkling,

From both of us now I see,

I am filled with bliss.

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A/N: okay, if you didn't notice, this poem is a ton of haikus smashed together that I thought of. P.S- a haiku is a poem that can only be seventeen syllables long, if you didn't know. And no, this is not a school project. :D