From The Habit of Perfection by Gerard Manley Hopkins:
Nostrils, your careless breath that spend
Upon the stir and keep of pride,
What relish shall the censers send
Along the sanctuary side!
What is the stir and keep of pride here? Stir = commotion? Keep = stronghold (metaphorically, the body)? And what they may mean combined in one sentence?
I understood the bit with censers that send fumes along the wall of the refuge, but the first half of the stanza is misty.