Joseph Anderson

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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.


Comments about Cell Phone Sarcasms by Joseph Anderson

  • John Brown (9/19/2012 10:26:00 AM)


    A great poem Joseph. I loved every line. (Report) Reply

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  • Valsa George (9/8/2012 4:16:00 AM)


    We often are callous about others' and even our own safety! Cell phones have become so indispensible that we use them not only while driving but even in our sleep! The 'catastrophe' instead of making us feel vexed has left us laughing, with your humourous touch to it! (Report) Reply

  • (8/31/2012 7:59:00 AM)


    But the vicious impact has never been well understood. We need a rethinking in the interest of many.... (Report) Reply

  • (8/26/2012 2:44:00 AM)


    This topic amazes me. It seems that technology has taken over everything, with cell phones leading the way. It's a creepy world Joseph, and you have portrayed it well in this interesting piece. Bottom line - you're just an ole pro. You are very good Joseph! (Report) Reply

  • Heather Wilson (8/23/2012 3:04:00 PM)


    Those cell phones have a lot to answer for, loved the second verse, texting is so clever these days,
    A great poem,
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  • Valerie Dohren (8/22/2012 11:25:00 AM)


    It is against the law to use a mobile phone whilst driving yet people still continue to do it risking their lives and the lives of others - very good write, this poem should be on public display. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012



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