I thought the following would be an interesting form of analysis. What would happen, I wondered, if I picked out all or most of the verb/verb-like structures and began each line with them? How many would there be, and what form would begin to unfold? Strangely Triadic line more or less suggests itself. Not of the form I originally showed but still this exercise generates 14 verses, and it might start to become clear that I tend to subconsciously “think in sonnets.” I wasn’t aware originally that some of these types of patterns would arise, but it seems as though they have.
Have a look and see if this helps you understand the words any better. What does one think of when one sees such lines? It is curious that many of the lines appear to look and sound like a certain variety of 20 century poetry; wherein one often sees lines beginning and ending in odd spots–possibly to create tension, and possibly for some other reason–or even no reason at all.
This is neat!