"Of all the wrinkle forms and systems, the loose, open flying wrinkles are among the most exciting to observe. They come in a wide variety of exuberant, unimpeded circumlocutions, vertiginous perturbations and buoyant agitations."
"Exuberant, unimpeded circumlocutions, vertiginous perturbations and buoyant agitations". I got the "and" and the commas, but what about the rest? Let's see.
Exuberant: Full of unrestrained enthusiasm or joy; abounding in vigour and high spirits; full of vitality.
Unimpeded: not slowed or prevented.
Circumlocutions: an indirect way of expressing something; the use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language.
Vertiginous: Turning about an axis; revolving or whirling; producing dizziness.
Perturbations: The act of perturbing (thank you, I could never had guessed that on my own); a cause of disturbance or upset;
Buoyant: Lighthearted; gay; able to float in or rise to the surface of a liquid.
Agitations: Extreme emotional disturbance; perturbation; the act of moving something vigorously; the shaking or stirring of something.
Does it make any sense now? Yes, at least for me. I suddenly see a cloak flying joyfully in the wind.