Ostentatious

Wild imaginations may be considered a nonsensical play on words

Invoking the tragic elements to counter with more bizarre arguments

Turning away from an intellectual adventure

Depending on mere rhetoric and narcissistic pleasure

Theatres can’t be filled with audiences for such display of characters

Applauses blended with sarcasm may seem to be an exalted reaction

The spirits of yore cannot be called upon to hear nonliterary work

Writings in absurd predicaments are unable to confess truthfully

It’s the luxury of ignorance, to thrive while echoing unnecessary views

~Amitav

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