In his poetry Eliot plays upon a refrain in different forms and at
different intervals to build up a cumulative effect. In 'Burbank'
the note of lust resonates loud and clear between expressions
Bleistein with a Cigar
...goats and monkeys, with such hair too! --
Her shuttered barge
Burned on the water all the day.
You missed "The chair she sat in, like a burnished throne."
I still think the cigar is a bit of a stretch.
It needs more direct and immediate reinforcement
to carry that load of that long ash you've got burning at its tip.