July 6


Poem: Praying to the corporate god

Praying to the corporate god

On an early sunny Monday morning
On the square before the prodigious temple

The neophytes assembled
chanting the company’s paean

All coveting to become hierophants
exalting Jacob’s career ladder

Subjugating to the corporate rites
their soul’s voice abdicated

Proselytizing the mentally vagrants
subterfuge no stranger to them

‘T is nothing but their predilection
for never starting the longest journey
from the head to the heart


corporate god, poem

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