160. Epigram at RoslinInn
MY blessings on ye, honest wife!
I ne’er was here before;
Ye’ve wealth o’ gear for spoon and knife—
Heart could not wish for more.
Heav’n keep you clear o’ sturt and strife,
Till far ayont fourscore,
And while I toddle on thro’ life,
I’ll ne’er gae by your door!
by Robert Burns
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