Wings for Profanity

Wings for Profanity

A Poem by Michael William Fowler

uhhhh, wow i wrote this years ago and now I'm stumped on its meaning. I guess its open to interpretation. I mean anyone can come up with a simple meaning to a simple poem but i suggest looking deeper.



Wings    for   profanity


Witness to your profound, profane, profanity

You reach out for religious reconciliation

Without recognizing the repercussion

You spit into spirituality


You, who is holier then the world

You, who is righteous, and right,

You, who is a contradiction of its meaning,

You spit into spirituality.


Your cross is a burden of choice

To be hidden and forgotten as seen fit

You hide your cross, and look down from you throne

You spit into spirituality.

© 2008 Michael William Fowler

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Added on August 5, 2008