the metaphor in this short and well crafted poem
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deserves to be read slowly, and more than once or twice, so it can be absorbed and appreciated. excellent piece with so few words.
I liked the use of words and space. Because I'm not a wordsmith, I would appreciate if someone could clarify for me, would this be considered metaphor? The message and symbols are very overt and plain.
Though I disagree with the message, I appreciate the way (though I think the acrostic is quite inappropriate)the author expressed his/her opinion in a very artistic presence.
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