Green Peace


ELECTRONIC PAIN


Days in childhood, in vacations
we spent at giggle laughter
Discussed the pickles
Found the solutions
Climbed the trees
Scribbled, scratched, drew
Now everything electrified
No use of pencils
On the computers they draw and paint
Games on it too or else
The video games
Where are the fluffy dolls?
Showcased, shopped, bracketed
No smiles, no laughter
Pip---Pip, Pip-----Pip, Swish-----Swash
As if every thing's melted
And they became history
Reminiscence them only to reap its joy
And be satiated
That we didn't lose anything
As the new borns are today.

Submitted: Monday, October 13, 2008

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  • Rookie Jane Meyer (6/7/2009 6:14:00 PM)

    I really like the concept in this poem. It's so true! Unfortunatly I'm one of those kids and I wish that I could detatch myself from electronics, but I can't. Nice poem. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Ashraful Musaddeq (6/2/2009 10:55:00 AM)

    'As if every thing's melted
    And they became history
    Reminiscence them only to reap its joy
    And be satiated
    That we didn't lose anything
    As the new borns are today.'

    Content of this poem is modern. Last few lines are amazing.
    As the time flies we are really entering into the zone of electronic pain!
    Love this poem with 10++ (Report) Reply

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