Such order from confusion sprung,
Such gaudy tulips raised from dung.
This expresses shock or delight that a woman can emerge perfectly prepared from such a dressing room. The two lines are parallel, creating an analogy: order = tulips and confusion = dung. Within this parallelism there is even more funky mixing of opposites, since the words “confusion sprung” go noun-verb but “raised from dung” goes verb-noun. Basically, Swift is a dastardly, damnably clever bastard and lets us know this at every level.
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