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As if all want were in his holding a note only a half-beat longer, another he was now calling love a big rope, sing less what he did than sihg, anagrammic sigh....
The what-sayer is not free of multiple interpretations, as there is some question as to whether he 'sihged' or 'sighed'--note the direct reference to the poem's textuality here, "anagrammic"--but the speaker seems to acknowledge that the what-sayer is able to alter her (5) message by altering the tempo of the song, or the duration of the notes that compose it.