Dear Computer - Poem by Angela Wybrow
I’ve been feeling dead miserable since you broke;
Life without you…well, it’s certainly no joke.
Letters and projects, I can no longer type,
And I can’t chat to friends, as I can no longer Skype.
I can no longer leisurely browse the news,
Or, on online forums, share my personal views.
I can’t watch my fave movies on DVD,
Or, on iTunes, listen to music or burn a CD.
I can’t check Facebook or check Twitter –
If the truth be known, I’m feeling quite bitter.
My email account, I can no longer check,
Since you became an unresponsive wreck.
I can’t book a ticket for a show,
Or research information which I want to know.
I can’t book a room at a hotel,
And, my stuff on EBay, I can’t sell.
YouTube videos, I can no longer view,
And, online subscriptions, I now can’t renew.
I can’t catch-up on TV which I’ve missed….
Oh, I think that pretty much completes my list.
We’ve had so much fun these past few years,
But now it has all ended in tears.
You were my friend; my right-hand man.
I had always been your biggest fan.
Yes, obviously, I do own a mobile,
But it's pretty ancient - really old style.
From it, I can phone or send a text,
But it has no functions for things more complex.
To make you better, I really did try,
But to ‘computer heaven’, you must now fly.
Your successor will hopefully soon be here,
And refill my heart with some much-needed cheer.
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