Pauciloquence And The Smart-Phone - Poem by Douglas Scotney
teens once discovered,
would have them allowed
to leave the table early.
Now they're allowed
to smart-phone right there:
being seen but not heard
is back in fashion,
or a dissenting word.
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smart-phoning rarely involves talking on it
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