Here you will find the Poem Venus Mistaken of poet Matthew Prior
When Cloe's Picture was to Venus shown; Surpriz'd, the Goddess took it for Her own. And what, said She, does this bold Painter mean? When was I Bathing thus, and Naked seen? Pleas'd Cupid heard, and check'd His Mother's Pride: And who's blind now, Mamma? the Urchin cry'd. 'Tis Cloe's Eye, and Cheek, and Lip, and Breast: Friend Howard's Genius fancy'd all the rest.