Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 59,170 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Blue Collar Workers - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

Blue collar workers feeling used.
And being replaced,
By a robotic hasted pace.

Blue collar workers feeling used,
And moved...
From an assembled human touch,
To programmed computers...
More effective as tools.

Blue collar workers feeling used,
And moved...
From positions that were sacrificed,
To improve what they do.
Automated are these times,
And cheap labor too!

Booted by computers that leave nothing to do,
For the blue collar workers,
Feeling used and abused.

Delete.
Don't need.
Delete.
Don't need.

Booted by computers that leave nothing to do,
For the blue collar workers,
Feeling used and abused.

Blue collar workers feeling used,
And moved...
From positions that were sacrificed,
To improve what they do.
Automated are these times,
And cheap labor too!

Delete.
Don't need.
Delete.
Don't need.

Booted by computers that leave nothing to do,
For the blue collar workers,
Feeling used and abused.

Delete.
Don't need.
Delete.
Don't need.

Blue collar workers feeling used,
And moved.

Delete.
Don't need.
Delete.
Don't need.

Blue collar workers feeling used,
And moved.
Replaced by automation,
And much cheaper labor too!


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 7, 2010



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