Verbosity (also called wordiness, prolixity and garrulousness) in language refers to speech or writing which is deemed to use an excess of words. Adjectival forms are verbose, wordy, prolix and garrulous.


Staring at screens our perception is fooled into being hypmotized by it’s own reflection- listen to me, I proclaim, as both our time burns away in an attempt to propogate ‘my’ understanding onto another unsuspecting reader using rational thougtforms, hardly contained by the set of assumtions we label with itself, language.

All of this you already know deep down, if you are even able to cognize a single concept of this, exposing that the forms of the words you are reading are actually relative and absolutely hollow formless spiralling waves projecting from my mind, refracting already understood concepts in your mind to piece together a horridly complex puzzle of an image tragically simple, the point of which indicates that I’ve already said enough.