Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (27 February 1807 – 24 March 1882 / Portland, Maine)
The Sea Hath Its Pearls. (From The German Of Heinrich Heine)
The sea hath its pearls,
The heaven hath its stars;
But my heart, my heart,
My heart hath its love.
Great are the sea and the heaven;
Yet greater is my heart,
And fairer than pearls and stars
Flashes and beams my love.
Thou little, youthful maiden,
Come unto my great heart;
My heart, and the sea, and the heaven
Are melting away with love!
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