Cell Phone Sarcasms - Poem by Joseph Anderson
This gent was texting while driving,
Happy, content and still thriving;
Crash! Boom! Was the sound
Heard by all those around,
Leaving only the cell phone surviving.
This couple had problems perplexing,
At times becoming quite vexing;
She was pregnant, for sure
And with reasons unclear,
For they only had sex via texting.
These should show the power and danger
of words, at the wrong time.
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