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Kaci Tami


My Mobile Phone


Is my most treasured possession
Given to me two years ago
By my son James for my 49th birthday
With it I can keep in touch with the world
I can text, Listen to music
Search the Net, take a photo
Shoot a short video
Or Connect to WAP whatever it is
Well. I would if I knew how
Which button or mode to use
If only I can read the Menu
So for now it just sits fully charged
Inside my top drawer
Waiting for the day I work up the courage
To actually work my phone

Submitted: Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Edited: Friday, November 25, 2011
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