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Such a unique piece of literature clearly warrants an analysis. What is apparent from the poem and the highly original picture he cunning merged with the poem, is that he is a Christian. Other things are also apparent at a glance, he has clearly never read any poetry before, nor has he been formally trained in English grammar.

But such a superficial analysis does not do this piece justice. We must look beyond its inherent shiteness, because a closer look finds the reader realising that this is merely an intricate metaphor for the prejudice he feels the world has against him. Knowing this, the content must be looked at on a deeper level, we must cast aside our childish prejudices against shite poetry to understand its inner beauty.

The poem, is actually about Treaders.

What this reveals is Treaders' deep seated Messiah complex. He believes he is the second coming, and that this is the reason he has suffered the trials and tribulations imparted upon him by his peers. This is highlighted in the second stanza, which I shall quote for convenience:

crimson stained thorns

mark justice done

his head held low

the holy one

Interestingly, 'his' is not punctuated with a capital unlike later on in the poem. Because of this, I am led to believe that 'the holy one' is meant to be ironic. What this means, is that Treaders is referring to himself as he is, suffering, before realising his Messiah powers.

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