No, unfortunately; that's an "Ode" I was unaware of.
The "Ode" I want concerns sexual impotence, and Eliot came to think very quickly that it was too crass. So he cut it out of his poetry collections forever--it appeared only in "Ara Vos Prec," his second collection of verse, in England, in 1920. It wasn't even in the American collection, "Poems," that came out the same year, the contents of which are otherwise identical to "Ara Vos Prec."
Unfortunately, "Ara Vos Prec" now costs thousands of dollars, which is too much, even for this poem. (But it might be in some posthumous publication somewhere, I'm thinking.)
Thanks a lot anyway. Any info regarding the poems in French?