Sam Arjomandi


EXPRESSING LOVE WITH COMUTER LANGUAGE Poem by Sam Arjomandi


I always wanted to download your love
But I wasn’t sure there was enough space on my heart drive

When I found out your love is a big file
I started to delet the bad files like selfishness and ignorant and kept the good files such as, feeling and smile

I knew for downloading I couldn’t use USB or cable connection
So I tried old technique, which called eyes connection

One day when we sat together and look deep in each other eyes
Suddenly downloading began, because my heart drive was running fast, right there I believed in power of the eyes

For antivirus for your love, I used my own special program, which includes lots of love and affection
That’s keep you away from hackers and let’s you and me always have the best connection

Your love is protected and the only person who can delet it is you
I’m sure you are not going to do that, as long as I love you and care about you

Sam Arjomandi

Submitted: Monday, December 24, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, November 23, 2011

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