Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
Opening doors that lead to open doors,
Leading to an exit where the opening is closed
Is it right then to call it a closed exit??

Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
Revolving door that is open and as well as closed,
Where an entry is a exit and an exit is a entry,
Revolving again and again - is it open or closed??

Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
Open doors permit an entry to exit,
And an exit for an entry;
its the way you call

Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
In revolving the entry and exit are the same;
Open is to close and close is to open
Its one and the same
Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
open and close - entry and exit,
open the entry and open the exit
Close the entry and close the exit

Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
Entry or exit - open the opening
Opening is needed for entry and exit
what enters exited and what exited entered

Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
Is it time then to open the exit and close the entry
or to open the entry and close the exit
Fact is - enter to exit and exit to enter

Words mean too much to mean too much at all,
Stay still - In that you will find
an entry without entering & an exit
without exiting!!
Objective evaluations and comments are most welcome

Does the line "Words mean too much to mean too much at all" mean "much more words were wasted than necessary"?

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Yes. That was what I meant.

I like your poem, though I think it is a bit... confusing.