Jesse Pickens

(09-04-1992 / Tuscaloosa, Alabama)

Facebook Adolescents


Gift or Curse,
facebook lives,
dependence to youth,
facebook gives,
anything goes,
when it comes to the likes,
google a nice quote
that will help right?
Wear skimpy clothes
edit my picture,
before I post
remember my filter.

Post pictures of money
to make others feel
empty
abandoned
awkwardly broke
so if you get robbed
was it provoked?

Inbox inbox
make it trife
dark ages,
fake pages
this cant be right,
Magic Johnson hiv
this cant be life,

Homes burned up,
marriages broken down,
Law of reciprocity
what goes around comes around,
all over a look
Then the world shook,
Facebook lives
Your child's life
It Took..

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014
Edited: Thursday, June 19, 2014

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