The Giant, Cerne Abbas in 1790 by Samuel Hieronymous Grimm 

The god is a graffito carved on the belly of the chalk,
his savage gesture subdued by the stuff of his creation.
He is taken up like a gaunt white doll by the round hills,
wrapped around by the long pale hair of the fields.

Taken from Jeremy Hooker’s book of poems titled 
“Soliloquies of a Chalk Giant”