The Journey of a Diamond Ring

 

The Journey of a Diamond Ring

 

By Elton Camp

 

The jewelry clerk couldn’t believe his eyes

The shopper’s action was such a surprise

 

The five-carat sparkler had great appeal

So much that a thief would love to steal

 

But that seemed too risky to even try

For an armed guard was standing by

 

Suddenly, hand to mouth he applied

“Stop that!” the clerk loudly cried

 

Just one gulp and the deed was done

The shopper turned and tried to run

 

But the robbery proved to be in vain

It was off to jail where he did remain

 

Although the fact the store did detest

Through his guts the ring progressed

 

Duodenum, jejunum and ileum too

At the colon and soon it was through

 

The ring was then returned to the store

Looking just as nice as it had before

 

However, a buyer proved hard to find

Because of its journey, so unrefined

 


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Where few gems have gone before
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