Oh, . My Laptop
Oh, my interesting brainy laptop!
You're my right charming workmate
Lending me your loving keyboard
Enthralling me during boring hours
Educating me as a science-wand
Often you drag me to unknown wonderland.
Really you're my friend-in-need
Chatting, twittering and prove a spoiled brat too.
How quick you solve my unique problems!
And how nice you store my daily assignments!
Ah! Excellent my ecstasy doubles and overwhelms
When you pile the files and folders in all your queer selves.
Are you a pixie hidden in sanguine chips?
So daring to boot the otherness from you
Wow! Your dark oubliette fosters the bits and bytes
That dazzle in characters cued by cursor
Sure, you enrich and tune me always with limitless might
And powerfully shower on me the knowledge light.
Hi! You bring the shrunken world to my threshold
And serve me tiny jukebox, idiot box and postbox
Kudos! You're omnipresent, omnipotent and omniscient in today world
You log off, and hibernate to get energized in silicon bed
Wonderfully you keep me in your electronic field
And I marvel at your tasks and apps which are manifold! manifold! !
You pop-up different boxes guided by your mouse
With a treasure island of information in total
Your genesis transforms many a curious mind on earth
You're really a challenging boon to novel achievers
You deserve a niche in our heart that you truly worth
So I celebrate and acknowledge here your genuine needy birth.
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