I agree: an increase in obscurity
is not value added. I mean, I guess
some people like to be obscure, but
it's not because obscurity's valued
or valuable, it's because they wish
to be mistaken for profound.
To those people I say: ask not for whom, but why
the bells bells bells bells bells bells bells?
THE CLANKING AND THE BONGING OF THE BELLS!!!
Hm. I could have done better, there. But instead,
To those people I say:
why look for winter where the flower blooms? No wait,
how about to those people I say:
all clouds are white, to the sun.
AWESOME! That's what I'll say
next time I run into one of those people.