Glen Martin Fitch


A NEW YEARS DAY POEM


To day's the day
I back up all my files
and sort my folders,
empty out my trash,
set preferences
for colors, fonts and styles,
sort out accounts,
all cookies, and my cache.
Old applications
I can now let go.
Annoying pop up programs
I will halt.
But why stop now?
Adjust my settings so
my daily exercise
is now default.
Unplug all fools
who sap my energy.
Bad memories and porn
I now delete.
Fresh pass words
to protect my privacy.
And now, reboot.
Ta-da!
It's all complete.
I look ahead with hope
and feel sincere.
I'm quite prepared.
Now bring on this new year.

Submitted: Thursday, October 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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