Marijo Pinero


CellPhone


Cellphone a high tech device for communication
Whether in emergency or rare situation
It's the most convenient way of reaching
your love ones in time of inevitable
circumstances beyond imagination.

Take for example when the towers collapsed
the innocent people who perished
had no way of escaping the inferno
They resolved to using their cellphones
to reach and say goodbye to their love ones

But in other case
Cellphone can be very aggravating
Some users don't turn them off when entering the houses of worship
and other public gatherings.

They do it while driving
Same thing with driving under the influence
Which could be fatal to them and people who are innocents
So be cautious, cellphone users.




Marijo (2007)

Submitted: Sunday, September 21, 2008
Edited: Sunday, September 21, 2008

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  • Rookie Joseph S. Josephides (iosif S. Iosifidis) (9/27/2008 3:39:00 AM)

    Dear poet Marijo, I like some striking pictures in your poem e.g. They resolved to using their cell-phones/to reach and say goodbye to their love ones.But you must put more of such expressions in your poems (less descriptions) .Go ahead.
    Joseph Josephides - Member of the International Society of Poets (ISP) Intern.Library of Poetry awarded (Report) Reply

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