The imagery isnt really painting any picture. It moves from one abstract to another and one cannot expect the viewer to digest all that.
The subject has the capacity to hit a point. What is that point? Do you want to hit a point?
There can be two approaches. One which is explanatory and the other that says something specific. Both are valid.
Its okay to not have tangible, real things to show to say what you want to say.
If its absurdity you want to play with, then go absurd all out. Don't hide or be scared.
Its not that you can't speak through abstraction, its just that, in your situation, you need to have two complementary things to say if you want to put 2 and 2 together.
The act of breaking a block is strong, violent and that needs to be justified by a visual or a connection equally strong.
What do you want to say? And whatever it is, say it strongly, set a bracket for yourself. Be a little more specific in the realm of abstraction and drive the point home!