Diamonds falling from a river,
Flowing in as a rush of silver,
Reflected sunlight shines by day
And by the night, a star’s bright ray
Will ever brighten fading light,
While setting sun will show its might
Upon thin veils of waterfalls
Jewels will sparkle on its walls.
By winter’s cold, the falls will freeze
Untroubled by the frosty breeze
And through the crystal clear wall
The sunset’s shimmering on the fall
Will never cease, but spread its power
Before a Westward-facing tower,
And in the bitterness of cold
The falls will shine in tales untold.