Searching for the T-Rex Poem

It was a poem I read in school about a T-Rex, and all I remember are the lines,

“I’m a monumental mason and the gravestones that I make,
Are carved of flesh and bone from the carcasses I take,”

and

“I chew my meat in heaven and I lash my tail in hell”

Clues and Hints Found Online

“I’m a business and a factory, the work-force and the boss I’m the brains and the belly and I never make a loss I’m a monumental mason and the gravestones that I make Are carved of flesh and bone from the carcases I take I’m a god, I’m a ghost, I’m the creak on the stair I’m the grin that listens in when people say their prayers I’m a crane, I’m a lorry, I’m a brand-new motorway I set like concrete and I’m here to stay” – https://github.com/qiuwei/snlp/blob/master/snlp-07/TWA.sensetagged/crane.test

“For I swagger and I swallow and the earth is my hotel/ And I chew my meat in heaven and I lash my tail in hell!” – http://vk.com/wall17563285?offset=20&own=1

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