Sayeth unto thy ears wouldst thee unto hear be

Sayeth unto thy ears wouldst thee unto hear be

For they interest pique not in twink of eye

But in lips fold in snickered sneer unaligned by neither ear

Twixt a vex to woosome contort

Aligned within passion’s mockery of truest court

Apaced in divined mooded muddle of catered taste

Ran said thy of globbed happenstance dabbled in feigned need

Only to be doused by spilt conquer spoil

Beheld be I not

Of noticed matured begot

Yet prefer thee a dally than deny

Lest begged off offer be paretaken

A lieu of nature’s other to whom it rest upon than thine dereliction

To cup filled over in despite of overt unthirst

An emote of devote is but a mite of carnivorous beast eer intent on feast

In ignore that of appetite wane to the least

Sayeth unto me wouldst thee unto be

To gain loan of compaigne for desist solitary syne

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