"I'm just a silly child with an unreachable dream. As a child, I always dreamed of being a Hero, but I went down the wrong path. I now look back at my foolish dream of wanting to be a Hero and saving others.
Me, a Hero, what a farce. My sins can never be repented for they were too great."
"Hah, don't even get me started on the story about my journey, for it's just a long and painful route to becoming a Diamond."
"Power, luxury, worlds we can have all of them, but we can never fully be happy."
"Diamond goddess my ass!! What is the use of becoming a powerful being if we can't even Live peacefully?" She turns to look at the child with pink hair and pink eyes.
"Would you be interested in knowing who we are?" Iris asked the child.
"Yes of course since I'm one too it would be good if I know," Polyra answered shyly and she twisted her hair on her fingertips.
"Diamonds were supreme beings that were given to create life and destroy life, also known as world destroyers. They could pass through time and dimensions and create worlds of their own." I said as stars formed around them.
"All Diamonds have a Diamond Gem in their body plus we have Diamond-shaped pupils to identify ourselves."
"So then are we like cool or something," Polyra asked joyfully.
Iris gave her a blank yet sad look, "I wish we were..."
"All I know is throughout myself as a Diamond all I've felt was pain, but one thing that keeps me going is to find my sisters."
"Diamonds are never free unless we're truly strong, but if we aren't we would be chased for the rest of our days."
"What about the rest of the other Diamonds? There must be more people like us, right? Polyra asked nervously.
"They're not my problem to deal with," Iris said coldly.
"Then why did you save me?" Polyra asked as she stared deep into Iris's lifeless eyes.
"Maybe a connection, I don't know." She responded.
I'm sorry the cover isn't mine. So if it isn't allowed tell me.