Sylvia Chidi

Freshman - 710 Points (Germany)

Laptop Of Reflection - Poem by Sylvia Chidi

My laptop is a house of reflection
With so many thoughts needing correction
It has given me a welcoming reception
And at the hard drive is a cross section
That requires a proper inspection

I have deleted and recycled many files of imperfection
I am hoping to install with the latest media direction
A natural selection of software collections
That will aid me in my journey of reflection

So far the gadget has made a great visual impression
My house of reflection may soon reach to perfection
But from the real world I feel a sense of disconnection
It is called today's technology infection
All caused by the internet's personal affection

I feel that life is an obsession
We grow into different professions
Life for many soon becomes a misconception
There is aggression and depression
Racism appears due to different complexions
And after arrives a level of suspension
When we reach our old ages at midsection

Correction! Correction!
I have a small confession
I am addicted to material possessions
Maybe someday I will have spiritual protection
And finally make some progression in my thoughts of reflection

Do you have any objection?
What is your perception?
How can I reflect to reach my final projection?
On my lips I have a serious Question
How can I avoid this modern feeling of Isolation?

Copyright 2016 Sylvia Lovina Chidi

Topic(s) of this poem: technology

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 20, 2016

Poem Edited: Friday, May 20, 2016

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