A Poem A Day
2005 / 06 / 01 - The 'Double You's - Poem by A Poem A Day
Today is the day I finally say
Goodbye to you, hated month of May
And hail to you, beloved June,
Can't say you came too soon!
A new month, new internet account
New hours to spend, untouched amount
Twenty five, new, brand new, utterly new
Not too many, but not a few.
I no longer need to avoid peaking
At my dear computer knowing
That it's forbidden, I can now use it
For a whole day or for a bit.
And when I hear the modem once again
I'm taken to a land newly discovered by men,
Where they don't need to stand in queues,
A land all made of 'double you's.
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