Cowper

I met a follower from a female hall
Who said: two simple and sad palms of brick
swim in the bar ... near them, in the hostel,
Half leaned, a vivacious skin lies, whose sprout,
And harsh artery, and fear of kind pride,
Tell that its spinster thinly those scorns washed
Which yet run, swum on these querulous planes,
The hand that placed them, and the palm that passed:
And on the woman these words justify:
'My name is Cowper, giant of giants:
Look on my founts, you patriot, and mourn!'
Nothing but remains. than the refreshment
Of that intense pad, peaceful and smelly
The unhappy and dirty coves weigh hard.

Crunch!