I had to read a couple of times before i could full understand the meaning -im rather an ammateur still at deducing poetry but anyway, i realised that the first line began with
"Ressurect this living being from the ashes of what was once an existence called life"
I like the phrase "Resurrect this living" - it gives a cool form of irony.
Im not sure if this poem brings meaning to a form of literary rebirth as in to the context of religious ciew or a form of metaphor to a change in oneself(the living and not necessarily the dead).
But i agree - life is taken for granted((if i had correctly deduced the meaning of ;
deformed by self indulgence
Given something to cherish
Only to abuse, use and confuse
What was given
No longer recognizable
Broken and malformed through blinded hedonism." ))
One thing for sure, and i mean it sincerely - although the number of words are minimal, it certainly the poem has alot of impact.