Irene Bitter

(January 14,1987 / Nykolayev, Ukraine)

Prosthetics


Prosthetics can be installed
Instead of arms and legs;
There are glasses and lenses
For the eyes;

A plastic surgeon can fix
The shape of ears and nose;
Prosthetics out of silicon
He can install
In lieu of boobs and arse;

But, no matter how far the technology advances,
No matter how many robots and androids
Will rule the planet Earth,
No one can ever substitute with prosthetics
The lack of a brain and a soul!

Submitted: Friday, October 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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