For those who aren’t sure, ‘scythe’ and ‘withe’ are both pronounced with the short ‘i’ sound. Scythe is a large implement for cutting tall grass, and withe is a thin twine of natural grass used to bind things.
While some poems are not meant to be handicap accessible, they may become easier if one doesn’t expect to find a lot of rational explicit meaning in them. Sometimes the content is primarily implicit and imaginative and musical.
Being the Last Day of the Week