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Jun 2020
You love to be sesquipidilian,
As you lay your tiles on to my board,
With your totally sheer sciolism,
Is how all of your big points are scored

Your intricate skills of tmesis,
Laid horizontal and vertically on my squares,
As you use your well thought out accoutrements,
To cover me so I'm no longer bare.

You never confabulate with opponents
Your attention's always fixated on me,
That's why I'm ebullient and awaiting your prestidigitation,
Each and every time you decide to play me.
Sesquipidilian: given to the overuse of long words

Sciolism: pretentious superficiality of knowledge

Tmesis: the separation of the parts of a compound word by the intervention of one or more words; as, in what place soever, for whatsoever place

Accoutrements: Dress, or equipments

Confabulate: To talk familiarly together; to chat; to prattle.

Ebullient: joyously unrestrained

Prestidigitation: sleight of hand, execution of tricks
Written by
SammyJoe  F
   Bogdan Dragos
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