This World - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
I Lived in This World
I lived in this world
But it changed so unexpectedly.
I did not expect such changes
In my human ranges.
The music turned into metal voices.
The phone with apps galore.
The mathematics of children
Gone so far intricate.
I never knew such mathematics.
The sciences knew no bounds.
The beauty of these changes
Threw older things around.
I never suspected such changes would be.
The cellular phones with towers on a tree
With satellites carrying messages so fast.
But alas, I couldn't keep up at last.
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