The Robot And The Man - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
The Robot and the Man
Said the robot to the man,
What is it like to eat?
What is deep sleep?
And what is love?
I never felt these things you know,
Yet the flowers drink rain and grow.
Why can't I also do so?
There's no sense in being a robot.
Said the man to the robot.
I always obeyed commands.
I did what my office told me.
I could never ever be me.
So the robot and the man,
Started in search for meaning.
They both realized,
That love was the thing that was missing.
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