The scutcheon on my door
Is your peaceful heavenly smile
I carved it on my door
To lock the sorrows inside.
I tied a swing on the Venus,
To go up to the east and the west,
Up to the east and then to the earth,
Up to the west and then to the earth.
First I saw you in that morn
On the bony unknown winter branch
Decked with pearly feathery drops
That glittered in the golden light.
That was the most peaceful smile
Ever I saw on the eternal lips
Who was in the cradle to see me off
With her parents under that bow.