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He wrapped them carefully, neatly
In costly green silk.

Roses of ruby, lilies of pearl,
Violets of amethyst. As he himself judged,

As he wanted them, they look beautiful to him; not as he saw
Or studied them in nature. He will leave them in the safe,

A sample of his daring and skillful craft.
When a buyer enters the shop

He takes from the cases other wares and sells superb jewels
Bracelets, chains, necklaces, and rings.

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Of The Shop