Words have Wings Words are birds of feather; they tether together by mutual attraction and chemical reaction. Flocks invent sentences, each with scent essences; sweet scents source resonance, while scent tenseness makes menace. Communication murmurations may summon the sun, or feast like buzzards on rot and division. Your speech far-reaches; it teaches and preaches. Shapes your senses and sharpens intenseness; your verbs may hurl vipers or virtues. Braid your strands of syntax to sympathize synapses, harness harmonies charmingly … Offer soothing words like lemon curds.