In the eyes of the beholder - a poem

Grant was hired to work in a store selling human eyes to people who had lost an eye in some sort of accident or fight.
Very early on he realized that human eyes super grossed him out.
So he began to substitute in 
monkey eyes, dolphin eyes, giraffe eyes and occasionally even pheasant eyes.
The customers always seemed pleased with their new eyes.
None of them made complaints.
But Grant never felt safe.
Because on the way out they always looked at him funny. 

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