Morgan Michaels


Sonnet #43


In the future no one will use their birth names-how gauche!
It will give none agita to coin identities-
Suppressing core data natural, preferable,
Welcome O survival-useful ruse.
Natal allegiance risky now and bogue.
Here will be the answer to computor banked info-
A wardrobe of identities, separate as bank accounts.
Businesses will generate names for the sheepish,
Bills will be made and paid by differing phases.
The meanings of false and alternate now vague,
Variants will commit crimes, do good deeds.
Registered outlaws will marry and breed
IVF and surrogates now the only way-
All for the needed bliss of anonymity.
All for the needed bliss of anonymity.

Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, January 02, 2013

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