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Homo Machina

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Homo Machina
The Future Of Human Evolution

grey will not do metallic's justice
as silver shows no tempting

no, tones will pale into all skins
corridor lengths of emptiness
seen within computed eyes
and nothing the machines do
can hold a grace in our hands
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Homo Machina
Monday, April 20, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: androids,evolution,future,humanity,life,science,science fiction
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Homo Machina by Clive Culverhouse
The Future Of Human Evolution


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Latin



Homo - Human

Machina - Machine


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COMMENTS
Bharati Nayak 03 May 2020
knowing no empathy no mercy they have only coldness a brief of finality - - - - - - - - - - - - they are the future of our future and we are them and we, our death - - - - The reckless development of humanoids would only spell doom for man.A great poem of the Day, Congratulations Clive Culverhouse.
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thanks for reading, , , .,
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Dr Antony Theodore 03 May 2020
no, tones will pale into all skins corridor lengths of emptiness seen within computed eyes and nothing the machines do can hold a grace in our hands a wonderful poem. futuristic, tony
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Thanks for your time and comment on Machina.,
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Kim Barney 03 May 2020
A bit chilling, but fascinating reading. Congrats on poem of the day!
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thanks for reading Machina and taking the time to comment, much appreciated
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no metal can truly see art steel ignorance of telling brush strokeknowing no empathy no mercy they have only coldness a brief of finality. A warning for the human society. Congratulations
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A warning indeed, thanks for your time
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Harley White 03 May 2020
Intriguing poem with dire futuristic message I hope we heed...
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Thanks for reading and commenting, Harley, much appreciated
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Dominic Windram 03 May 2020
Very imaginative, dystopian poem...congratulations Clive!
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Thanks for reading, Dominic, and taking the time to comment, ..,
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Keith Brown 03 May 2020
It's like training someone too do your job the getting sacked, too smart for our won good! How in have we taught machines too think? Great poem quite evokative
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Quite! Last line .. and we, our death thanks for taking time to comment, much appreciated
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Jasbir Chatterjee 03 May 2020
Indeed, machines, though they may be the ones that would survive, will only be machines, incapable of great works of art that humans can produce. Congratulations on being poet of the day!
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thanks for taking the time to comment Jasbir,
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Mahtab Bangalee 03 May 2020
superb thoughtful poem penned; congrats for being selected as POD Metallic justice cannot see the true art Robotic workforce can do anything but without any feelings no mercy there no empathy there machine is machine though it's fair
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Our exchange of poetic expression, thanks for your time dear poet, ..
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Edward Kofi Louis 03 May 2020
No machine can truly see art! ! ! ! Smart art of life. Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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True, thanks for commenting Edward, .
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