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Heaven's Gem in my Hand

Lying on a sandy shore,
I look up to find cotton candy clouds
gently kissing the azure sky.

Wait, it is not the heavens I see above,
but the Larimar ring on my finger,  
ever gracious to share the outdoors.

Transport me now on a rainy day
and let me see the beauty once more, 
created by waterfalls in the Dominican Republican

A gem like Larimar is so rare,
found only in one country,
named after the finder's daughter
and the glorious colors of the sea and sky.

My ring size is 6.  Larimar is my favorite gem.  I have a pendant so it would be nice to have a ring to go with it.

Copyright © Diane Locksley | Year Posted 2016


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