Here you will find the Poem Sonnet XXVI of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I lived with visions for my company Instead of men and women, years ago, And found them gentle mates, nor thought to know A sweefer music than they played to me. But soon their trailing purple was not free Of this world's dust, their lutes did silent grow, And I myself grew faint and blind below Their vanishing eyes. Then THOU didst come--to be, Beloved, what they seemed. Their shining fronts, Their songs, their splendors (better, yet the same, As river-water hallowed into fonts), Met in thee, and from out thee overcame My soul with satisfaction of all wants: Because God's gifts put man's best dreams to shame.