When the glint of the diamond, sparkling white, Sheds luster and glow in the somber night; When the emerald, shaded to azure hue, So pleases the eye that life seems new — Think of this, dear heart: Earth's daintiest art Is not of the Spirit, however true. Love lurks in the gleam of an amber light.
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