Techie Life - Poem by Ruth Walters
His laptop screen is blank,
files lost to a dark void, a no-where land.
Documents floating in a sea of ‘Cloud'
that after life where files go to when they die.
So, if you've bothered to sign up,
who cares if your laptop broke, it's a joke!
Oh, you didn't! Then, I hope you
backed them up.
It's a strange old, weird old, techie life.
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