by Gary Hardaway
Wi-Fi and telecom mutation syndrome.
Our children are doomed. Do they take the species with them? *
I think the phones and pads do.
Sadly too true.
(I love Matthew's comment. Ha!)
"Our children are doomed."
So says Matthew, but so also said Socrates. So said my father, his father, his father's father, etc. etc. etc.
They adapt. Their thumbs mutate into curiously swift and agile appendages as easily adept, they adapt. O brave new world..
But I like the poem.
Love the poem and the comments ***
We've been left to our own devices. There's such an effective droop to this poem!
Can you hear my applause? Good for you, Gary, good for you! *
I keep trying to write about this tech evolution, but all my creative stuff fails miserably. You nail it.*
Thanks to everyone. I am grateful for the responses.
*,Gary. Sad assessment delivered artfully.
Soon, I fear, hand-held will be as archaic as desktop. We will be wearing our devices on our heads or have them embedded in the soft spot where ear and jaw meet.*
I, Robot. Good stuff well done.
Sad but true. Ah, you've done it again, Gary. :) ***