My Computer. - Poem by Lizzy Tomlinson
I'd been looking for an interest,
Since robbed of being a wife.
So I bought me a computer,
A buy which changed my life.
My computer's opened up a world,
Of things, which fill my day.
I can go and light a candle,
For my kin, who've passed away.
I can also have a chat with them,
There's lots I have to say.
About what I'm doing, in my life,
Each and every day.
I can also write and post some rhyme,
I think it's great. This fills my time.
My brain is working, must be good.
The kids are glad, I'm not in a mood.
So I would say, if you feel glum,
Buy a computer. Have some fun.
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