Poems by Heinrich Heine

Poet, born wednesday december 13, 1797 in Düsseldorf (Germany), died sunday february 17, 1856 in Paris (France)
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When words leave off, music begins.
Oaks shall be rent; the Word shall shatter
Yea, on that fiery day, the Crown,
Even the palace walls shall totter,
And domes and spires come crashing down.
Heinrich Heine
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    I had once a beautiful fatherland.
    The oak tree
    Grew so high there, violets nodded softly.
    It was a dream.
    It kissed me in German and spoke in German
    (You would hardly believe
    How good it sounded) the words: "I love you!"
    It was a dream.
    Heinrich Heine
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