Concrete Metaphor Poems | Concrete Poems About Metaphor
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Pay into your ego, go on its there!
Sitting on the fringe of your mirror gazing stare,
A torso, body and hair.
Pay into your credibility elevation normality,
How's the suit? Does it smell sweet and new,
Idols voices telling you, you're own quoted movie skitzo,
Look at you! Just look at you! petite overpriced dishes
Warm sweaty handshakes, ego meetings and greetings
Such arousing moments unretreating, glance on the bar brass,
Glance on shiny purse, glance on distant mirror. You ego sinner,
Thinking your a winner! Discreet missionary of I.
Exuberant confidence in self-delivering notions,
Acts foretold quietly spoken, lips unbroken
No excuses for complacent patronage
Just another fat-man pie with fat man two fingers both eyes.
You champion of another's design accumulated nothing
With Paperback sigh, earths for all not squandered in service
For another's wool. Livelihood cushion for one's DNAhood
One's unremitting blind service so take my glimpse in the sun
Make it one for you to better yourself for you have much to learn
My spirit moved on long ago from the inferior sense of mind
Your big important man how we do gawp in admiration
How we lust for your shiny toy, your precious stone
Your paper-weight of gold you materialistic warrior of NO-THING.
Along with Jesus' discourse as the Bread of Life,
bears a powerful meaning of his divinity.
It's a metaphor with spiritual truth,
that identifies himself as food for our souls.
As a sign of his broken body and his shed blood;
the inner call reflects to abide in him.
We partake of the meal, a sacred meal,
to make us one with him, abiding in the Lord Jesus Christ.
What an experience of joy to receive him!
with a great deal of gratitude and reflection.
It's a spiritual fulfillment, a source of strength
that enables one to sustain his life amid struggles.
The Eucharist we celebrate each day
draws us to believe that there's hope.
As a spiritual food that makes us grow,
we're hopeful to embrace life and start anew.