Below is the poem entitled Diamond Jewel which was written by poet
heckman. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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I met her and encountered the Gods.
A brilliant, jeweled diamond with the
dark skin of a wild oak. Her kindness
soothed cuts to my heart like fine lotion.
Soon I was sailing to the depths of her
Arose a thunder cloud, an intruder
after her diamond touch. With blazing
bullets he shot once, then twice as my
heart burst open... he stole her soul
and lied about me denouncing her
every thread of kindness
Left alone, desolate on a barren isle
I survived and bitterly flourished as
the black storm broke my bones in
desolation... I only remember she
was my diamond jewel.