"He sang a sweet song in tones so full and soft that no human ear could resist them, nor fathom their origin..." - "The Garden of Paradise."
This was actually a made-up quote by the writer Richard Hatem, although he did draw a little from a piece of elegant personification within the Hans Christian Andersen tale "The Garden of Paradise." "The East Wind took the prince in his arms, and carried him over, while the flowers and the leaves sang the sweet songs of his childhood in tones so full and soft that no human voice could venture to imitate."
It tells the story of a young arrogant prince, who loved to read, and thus had a huge collection of books. In his quest for knowledge, he was transported by the east wind to Eden. There he is shown the tree of knowledge and is tempted by a beautiful woman. It ends with Death approaching the young prince and warning him to expiate his sins, for one day, he will come for him and "clap him in the black coffin."