Tina Marie's Poetry


The Facebook Way


From North America
throughout Japan
the worlds become
a Facebook Fan
Many people spend their day
the whole new
Facebook Fashion Way
They tag
They search
They post it all
upon each others Facebook Wall
They add new friends
They learn new things
They're prone to all that Facebook brings

Facebook... Gee

Where does it end?
I see it not
but just extend
to other regions not well known
that still remain
quite on their own
Till Facebook ends their solitude
and gets them in the Facebook mood
so they may join those to this day....
That choose to live The Facebook Way

Submitted: Monday, October 08, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 09, 2012

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