Icons

And why shouldn’t we worship the golden
objects that attract us? The Poetic
Example Number One and Poetic
Example Number Two? (Insert what works
for you: the perfect words of a preferred
author; the perfect curves of a foreign
sports car; the perfect taste of a well made
bakery item; the perfect all of
the above of your objectified love,
body splayed, role played, prayed to and for and
with all your heart.) Why shouldn’t we worship
the transient, the fake names and labels
we create to define experience?
And why shouldn’t my idols be godly?

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