Let Lips Form Words in Shapes of Consequence Sonnet Fifteen
Let lips form words in shapes of consequence!
To let their worth find depth of those who seek,
Let those who seek's pursuit hold swift intents,
That lips may know reward of swift critique.
For nights compel with mouths' unspoken word,
The tales of which those mouths' intents foretell,
For filled with inspiration's musings heard,
How can such mouths not seek their night's expel?
For so are soft met hard in florid night,
In swift enraptures bowed to find well met,
The taking of that moment hid from sight,
To find their subtle comings, passion's set.
For so in shapes of words are lips well spent,
With deeper shapings found in lips consent.