Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
Twenty-Four Hours - Poem by Jonathan Goldman a.k.a JGthepoet
Twenty-Four Hours it's taken me,
Without too many breaks,
To reload my Computer today,
And without many mistakes.
‘Tis a pity that it happened to me,
When I least expected it to,
That my Computer again CRASHED on me,
And left me with much woe.
I am going to bed at five a.m.,
And will wake again at ten,
I'll have to back my Computer up,
Hopefully, it'll be O.K. till then.
I'll then begin to do my work,
I've lost a whole day's Fees,
Computer Crashes are not good,
They bring me to my knees.
Dare I load my other System?
'Windows XP Pro' is yet to load,
Another long day is ahead of me,
With more problems to behold.
© Jonathan Goldman [JGthepoet] - 12 December 2006
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