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Sunday, April 28, 2019

Cell Phone Addiction

In some forms of twenty first century technology for Nature's beauty no win
Than the people and life around him his cell phone he was more interested in
Too busily enamored in the phone to even glance my way
On strangers to him he would not waste a good day
More beauty in his cell phone it seemed he did see
Than the beautiful bird perched on the sunlit tree
His cell phone more attractive to him than the life all about
To modern technology natural beauty is losing out
Perhaps it was texts from his friends and his lover had his eyes glued to his phone
Without modern technology he would feel so alone
He has a cell phone addiction of him one might say
Perhaps we are all addicted in some sort of a way
On a beautiful evening the sun in the blue sky
Me he did not even notice though near to him i passed by.
Francis Duggan
Topic(s) of this poem: phone
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