The repeated "F" sounds throughout this stanza creates a form or shape of the poem that both doubles the form of the poem, and forms in the poem, and deforms them. "Form" rhymes with itself in "(in)form," a doubling that both creates the rhyme structure and deforms it through direct repetition (rather than repetition with difference, as discussed in earlier portions of this study). The "softest light" reveals "assembled shapes" to the structures of the "dome." The "f" in "Form" carries to "Fairer," linking the lines together at the turn through alliteration.