POEM: Metaphors be with you

be with you

This simple one line poem which is only four words is a takeoff on the Star Wars saying, may the force be with you.  Is it any surprise that one of these four words is a pun?  Of course, I love way more than Star Wars, which I enjoy quite a bit.  I love because they can hit you right in the face with an apparent literal while simultaneously launch a much grander and ephemeral meaning.  I suppose that literalists are confused by metaphors.  However, I might note that literalists are confusion.  This poem is also a simple that the metaphor in which we live is ever accessible to you.  Like another poem of mine, everything else reminds me of everything else.  Rather than a that is barren of meaning, is so robust with that it nearly busts out everywhere.  So, be with you!

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