John Kielmeyer


Metaphors


There is like
Ya Know Um
A poem
In like here
Ya know Um
Like means
Something else
Rather than
Ya know Um
As it seems
Like ya know um
There are Things
Like ya know um
Called Similes
That
R metaphors
That
Like ya know Um
Use
As & Like
Ya know Um
They r
Not Like
They R
The simplest form of
Them
Being Metaphors
That is
Not like is
Not like it is
What it is
Or what your definition
Of the word is
Is like
Actually
Really
Unequivocally
Honest and tritely
Is
Like um ya know
Déjà vu
I think maybe
Possibly
Insert time filler here
Having said That
Like um ya know
Is like
That
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Submitted: Sunday, January 06, 2013

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