Don Juan 04-083
Canto the Fourth
"The prima donna, though a little old,
 And haggard with a dissipated life,
And subject, when the house is thin, to cold,
 Has some good notes; and then the tenor's wife,
With no great voice, is pleasing to behold;
 Last carnival she made a deal of strife
By carrying off Count Cesare Cicogna
From an old Roman princess at Bologna.

George Gordon Byron, Lord Byron (1788-1824)