Two or three posies

'Two or three posies'
by John Keats

Two or three posies
With two or three simples -
Two or three noses
With two or three pimples -
Two or three wisemen
And two or three ninnies -
Two or three purses
And two or three guineas -
Two or three raps
At two or three doors -
Two or three naps
Of two or three hours -
Two or three cats
And two or three mice -
Two or three sprats
At a very great price -
Two or three sandies
And two or three tabbies -
Two or three dandies
And two Mrs — mum!
Two or three smiles
And two or three frowns -
Two or three miles
To two or three towns -
Two or three pegs
For two or three bonnets -
Two or three dove's eggs
To hatch into sonnets.