Tag Archives: Metaphors

POEM: Everything Reminds Me of Everything Else

Everything reminds me of everything else. This one-line poem is a quick way to get into my mind and how it works.  I probably love metaphors as much as I do puns.  This short poem cuts to the chase, so … Continue reading

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POEM: WELCOME To The Corporate Person Hood

WELCOME To The Corporate Person Hood! Theirs an outside chance Say 1% Facing such a ghostly figure That passes over What sum Say billions Who could passably planet that way! Ether way The Almighty Logos Taken it To the Greek … Continue reading

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POEM: To Un-Jar Your Thinking

My point is not to jar your thinking. My point is to un-jar your thinking. This two-line poem, with a simple wordplay, addresses a fundamental dichotomy that is present in much of our life that may appear so subtle that … Continue reading

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POEM: Those who take things literally are often thieves.

ONE-LINE POEM: Those who take things literally are often thieves. Here it is folks, my first one-line poem!  Quite appropriately, this short poem is a poem about poems, as well as a poem dealing directly and simply with social and … Continue reading

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POEM: Toddling Western Civilization

Have you ever seen a toddler who can barely walk Stumbling forward, running to not fall Deliriously proud of oneself This may be Western civilization This short poem is a metaphor for Western civilization.  For any of us who have … Continue reading

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