To Porson

Let alone, my old friend, our best poet; ask Parr
If I keep not stout harness well buckled for war.
Of the birch in my field I have wasted no twig
On a petulant Jeffrey or any such prig;
But run not you foul on the wise and the kind,
Or you'll soon have to clap your ten fingers behind.
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