A poem written by Lee Sonogan
Action is always seen as the bottom rung of thespian endeavour, that’s just the way it is. – Sylvester Stallone
Busts of Greek’s Melpomene, Thalia and Janus,
Umbrage casting shade death masks.
Soubrette ire hambone farcical taking breath,
Renditions to even the underpaid curtain-raiser.
Stealing the actor-observer show and the role of the stage’s seats,
Fulfilment is the hysterical perpetration of the game.
More pantomime with mimicries volunteering pale imitation,
Allowing hidden depiction in the ancillary understudy.
Delegating rough and tumble, jury-rigged,
Righteous blood cloaked with a thunderous dagger.
Always finger-pointing aper ventriloquists,
Why is the extending enigmatic resonation always anti-hero pro antagonism?
Moral indignation in most cases is, 2% moral, 48% indignation, and 50% envy. – Vittorio De Sica