Idolatry

Idolatry

A Poem by Gaia Octavia

If I didn't give him
his very own religion
what would've become of him?

What would've been the sum of him
when viewed with naked eyes?

© 2018 Gaia Octavia



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Its an interesting idea developed here, the final line is tasty deserving of a tangent all its own. I see or perhaps its project, layers in this piece which have exploratory possibilities. The word "him" repeated in this work is unexpected, though I found it does not seem to burden this piece, in fact could be a part of its power.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Gaia Octavia

3 Months Ago

As always, thank you for your beautiful, kind, and well-thought-out review.

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Added on February 9, 2018
Last Updated on February 13, 2018
Tags: Poetry, death, life, love

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Gaia Octavia
Gaia Octavia

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