After announcing the marriage of "Mr. Wm. Warren, to Mrs. Catharine Fuller, both of this city," Nauvoo's Wasp (edited by William Smith) quoted these lines of poetry:
Till Hymen brought his life delighted hour,
There dwelt no peace in Eaden's [Eden's] rosy bower.
[The Wasp (2003 facsimile): 11 (issue of 30 April 1842); "Evidence For The Sexual Side of Joseph Smith's Polygamy," Comments by D. Michael Quinn on Session #2A "Reconsidering Joseph Smith's Marital Practices," Mormon History Association's Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 29 June 2012 (unabbreviated version, revised during July)]