Typographical Poem

I've been trying to track down a slightly bawdy typographical poem that I would guess dates to the mid-’60s. It uses the name of several typefaces, and the version I saw set the font name in the font in question (for which I will use caps):

"A SPARTAN BOOKMAN in his CLOISTER thought the ANCIENT world his oyster....."

and finishes:

"He wants to be befriended by VENUS BOLD EXTENDED."

Does anyone have this? I'd love to be able to share it with my students.