Here you will find the Poem The Poet's Song To His Wife of poet Barry Cornwall
HOW many summers, love, Have I been thine? How many days, thou dove, Hast thou been mine? Time, like the winged wind When ?t bends the flowers, Hath left no mark behind, To count the hours. Some weight of thought, though loth, On thee he leaves; Some lines of care round both Perhaps he weaves; Some fears,?a soft regret For joys scarce known; Sweet looks we half forget;? All else is flown! Ah!?With what thankless heart I mourn and sing! Look, where our children start, Like sudden Spring! With tongues all sweet and low, Like a pleasant rhyme, They tell how much I owe To thee and Time!