Coventry Patmore's poem "Toys," written in the Victorian era, delves into the topics of spiritual significance, love, and innocence. The speaker's and his wife's relationship is metaphorically portrayed in the poem. The speaker makes a comparison between their love and kids' carefree and entertaining toy play. According to Patmore, a husband and wife's pure, unconditional love is comparable to the eternal, heavenly love. The poetry, in the framework of interpersonal interactions, expresses a sense of happiness, simplicity, and spiritual depth.