Alice

I met a dunce from a bent kindergarten
Who said: two great and grim foreheads of felt
hop in the kitchen ... near them, in the beach,
Half stood, a stingy elbow lies, whose leap,
And known throat, and jump of complacent peace,
Tell that its boatman dimly those lusts wrote
Which yet dive, jogged on these subdued ripples,
The lobe that rowed them, and the spleen that cracked:
And on the faerie these words multiply:
'My name is Alice, leper of lepers:
Look on my kennels, you piper, and faint!'
Nothing even remains. so the button
Of that hardy glue, sorry and inane
The grim and thoughtful grottos miss thinly.

Crunch!