What’s Valued

Where cryptic sarcasm are sold at cheaper values

Words mangled and moulded in a sensational pattern

Wild, wild, and wild, the decibels decide their share

Not here to buy what is being sold, just a reconnaissance

Of what is being bargained for; devalued values set

Against some diabolical worth of currency in coffers

Sarcasm goes to the highest bidder who peddles them

Frequently at the bazaars where insecurities are emboldened

Incredible, empty words and propaganda sells

A servile idea of keeping sarcasm as polished trophies