Tuesday, 13 December 2016



1. a piece of cloth draped around the head to frame the face, worn by women in the Middle Ages and still a part of the habit of some nuns
2. (Scottish) a curve or bend, as in a river
3. (rare) to ripple or cause to ripple or undulate
4. (trans.) archaic to cover with or put a wimple on
5. (archaic) (especially of a veil) to lie or cause to lie in folds or pleats

Marble wimples
Its veins disregarding words
And attempts at senses

Knows no restraints

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