Faithful Wilson

" I say she's handsome, by all laws
Of beauty, if wife ever was!"
Wilson insists thus, though each day
The years fret Fanny towards decay.

" She was once beauteous as a jewel,"
Hint friends; " but Time, of course, is cruel."
Still Wilson does not quite feel how,
Once fair, she can be different now.
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