Pretty dolls dressed in pretty clothes, with the limbs intact,
Are what some may hold dear to them as treasures;
Others may hold diamonds, and precious stones,
As rare as the idea of unearthing them now.
The owners of these, often times treat as trash,
The doll with the one eye,
Or a diamond that is not as rare, or that is flawed,
And they are often cast out in view of maintaining perfection.
But even as they are cast out,
They are scooped up by others,
Who would gladly take a doll with one eye,
Or a flawed diamond,
Over nothing at all!
By Kerry Ann Stewart
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