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Short Computer Poems. These are the most popular short poems on or about Computer by PoetrySoup Members. You can search for Computer short poems by poem length and keyword.

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Short Computer poem by Ph.d Volo Von Wolfenstein| Details |

Processing Infinity

Binary system,
Ones and zeros don't exist-
Broken Computer.


Short Computer poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

Paranoia

In today's world
computer madness
tell me who's watching who?


Short Computer poem by Chris Patton| Details |

Chivalry

From the Mario’s
to the computer systems
chivalry is dead


Short Computer poem by HGarvey Daniel Esquire| Details |

Bad Puppy

My new little Pup
She Bit my computer cord
Off line for a week


Short Computer poem by Diana Rosser| Details |

unfamiliar bird

unfamiliar bird
perched on a wooden fence post -
computer turned on


Short Computer poem by CJ Krieger| Details |

Haiku For Lost Data

My computer died
Lost all my information
Screaming loud feels good


Short Computer poem by Vassilis Comporozos| Details |

Orange tulips

Orange tulips
against a sun-lit background –
on the computer screen.


Short Computer poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details |

Rebooting Fool

My computer crashed!
I am brain dead without it!
Reboot fool, reboot!


Short Computer poem by Scott Kruize| Details |

You, Computer Haiku

You do some things well
Computer: others better
Let it do those things


Short Computer poem by Renee Hendricks| Details |

Code Dreamer

She dreams in code
Computer language flowing quick
Through her sleeping mind


Short Computer poem by Charles Henderson| Details |

occupy wallstreet

occupy wallstreet protesting from a five grand laptop computer


Short Computer poem by Robb A. Kopp| Details |

Profile

Late nights on the net
Computer games my wife to get….
You’re my best friend yet


Short Computer poem by Debbie Guzzi| Details |

...oil all the hinges

oil all the hinges
silence the light with rose pink…
hide the computer


*advise to lovers :P


Short Computer poem by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders| Details |

Late Night

Late night,
Streets are silent
Upstairs, my husband snores
In the light of my computer,
I write


Short Computer poem by MC MC| Details |

Hope You Like What I Say?

Hope You Like What I Say?

I stay on the computer
night and day
hope you like
what I have to say!


Short Computer poem by Christy Hardy| Details |

Never

My light is always on,
my door is always open,
and my computer,
well, I hope it never gets
broken.




Short Computer poem by Russell Sivey| Details |

Waiting on my Computer

I wait on my computer
Irritated I grow tired
I feel like throwing it out
An open window

Russell Sivey


Short Computer poem by Amanda Hay| Details |

Homework

hours sitting at the computer 
typing typing typing 
where has my life gone?
No friends no Siblings 
 just homework.


Short Computer poem by Emma Anonymous| Details |

Commentary on the Youth of Today

I cannot skip 
instead I hop

I cannot flip
instead I flop

I cannot do so many things
instead I play computer games


Short Computer poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

My Only Friend

What a moment of clarity, sad to no end,
when I opened up my eyes and realized
that my computer was my only friend.


Short Computer poem by Duffy Laudick| Details |

Music From The Grid

Electronic beat marches
synthetic strings whine
plastic guitars distorted
vocals quantized
airwaves digitized
computer world


Short Computer poem by Susan Palli| Details |

Master Engineer

Ear before radio
Eye  before television
Bird before plane
Migration before GPS
Brain before computer
Evolution or creation?
 


Short Computer poem by Brooke Wolfe| Details |

I Feel A Little Small Tonight

Big books
	Big computer
  
 I feel a little small tonight

	Swollen fingers shrink 
With every outward growth
		Of the big bad book



Short Computer poem by Tim Ryerson| Details |

My Hard Drive Don't Drive Anymore

'Your computer just might be at risk'
'There is not enough room on your disk'
Oh yeah? I retort with distain
There's PLENTY of space in my brain!


Short Computer poem by Veronica Joseph| Details |

magic

heads bent together
son adjusting the computer volume
father hearing music
playing the guitar
showing his son
how to hear
how to play
magic


Short Computer poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

You Have Mail?

"You Have Mail," is what my stupid computer keeps on telling me, 
but every time I go outside to check my mailbox 
there's never any mail for me.


Short Computer poem by Joshua Lacey| Details |

Breakaway

Use computer forever?
It's your choice
But I wouldn't drown 
The inner voice!
Get away while you can
Or call yourself machine
Instead of human!


Short Computer poem by ilene bauer| Details |

Delete

I often accuse my computer
Of being a sanity looter.
     If someone has seen
     Bullet holes on the screen
I'd admit it, 'cause I'd be the shooter!


Short Computer poem by Terry Frost| Details |

Meat

What is this meat that hangs upon my bones?
this fragile shell.
All of this to transport my computer in the skull.
Yet I feel so detached  from it.


Short Computer poem by Teresa Harr-Pena| Details |

Darn it! (unfinished)

Open mind
Insert thought
Grab a pen
Let's see what you've got!

Hope, dreams
Destruction, despair
Find me some paper
My computer needs repair!


Short Computer poem by C. L. Thornton| Details |

Think Question

Has the computer impaired, you think,
the human mind's capacity to think?
Or is it, you think, a question most think
not worth thinking about, you think?


Short Computer poem by cecil hickman| Details |

Plain Computer Talk

”. Errors, error, press on “any key
Yes our minds are a clutter you see.
I told you what to do.
Now you are turning blue.
No” any key” shows itself to me.


Short Computer poem by Larry Belt| Details |

Dead Weight

I got online to find me a date
My computer crashed and made me wait
Finally someone replied
Two years after I died
She said it was over, too much dead weight


Short Computer poem by Dom- X-| Details |

poetry spree

too much coffee
sitting at my desk
can't get enough
donuts hard to reach
  computer in front 
panic button nerves 
she is looking
pretending to do my work
poetry is free


Short Computer poem by Cyndi MacMillan| Details |

THE LIBRARY PROJECT, A VIGNETTE


Old tomes fill vintage shelves that bear new dust yet computer screens gleam. Renovation’s vibrations turns a page.


Short Computer poem by Joe Flach| Details |

I Am Happy and Gay

There once was a man from Bombay
Had a computer matched date on Valentines Day
When his date did arrive
He was shocked and surprised
Misunderstood the American meaning of “gay”


Short Computer poem by William Robinson| Details |

AHEAD OF HIS TIME

Young Shakespeare didst say to his tutor,
"Methinks I wouldst be much astuter,
And per chance, I wouldst say,
Mightest write a screen play,
If some fool wouldst invent the computer."


Short Computer poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

My First Contest

Just the Facts is my first contest
so far it hasn't been the beat

computer mistakes messed it up
I hope with this we're all caught up

I'm excited with it all
just help me up if I fall



Short Computer poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

Computer Technology

It seems to me
that with all of this computer technology
designed to make all of our lives much easier and better,
that I often find
I'm more so inclined
to simply use pencil and paper.


Short Computer poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details |

Computer

Computer
Thinking machine
Quickly access information
Detached, indifference, inexpressive, objectivity
Superhuman

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
February 22, 2010
Poetic form: Cinquain


Short Computer poem by Robert Heemstra| Details |

What's Next

Starsky and Hutch wasn’t Dutch
as child I did watch it much

loved those cop shows back then
those days I never sin

they made better shows
computer use grows

what’s coming next
send me a text


Short Computer poem by Nigel Fox| Details |

Computer Love

Another lonely night at the TV screen
I don’t now what to do 
I need a rendezvous
I want my computer love
For a data date
a data date
I don’t know what to do
I need a rendezvous
Please call this number


Short Computer poem by jai Garg| Details |

Dragon-fly!

Dragon-fly! 
Dragon-fly; 
Why are you chained
To the dungeon walls
And why you wail
In monstrous bays.
There is no one in fray
See my charm
My mind the computer CRAY
Generated to shelf you away.


Short Computer poem by Aaron Vialpando| Details |

Quatrain 2: I am a Nerd

I sit all day with pen in hand and computer on lap.

While I research I dream of when we'll meet.  

I watch the films, documentaries & anime.   

A multi-talented musician. All of this makes me a nerd.


Short Computer poem by Steve Eng| Details |

Man-Of-Letters Requiem


The man-of numbers, not of “letters,” thrives,
Computer-calculator-Man survives
And shatters stained glass window-panes,
Obsequious of Progress and its promised gains:
Arithmetic of Armageddon reigns.


Short Computer poem by Steve Eng| Details |

Man-Of-Letters Requiem


The man-of numbers, not of “letters,” thrives,
Computer-calculator-Man survives
And shatters stained glass window-panes,
Obsequious of Progress and its promised gains:
Arithmetic of Armageddon reigns.


Short Computer poem by Cindy Smith| Details |

What Would I Grab

Now if my house was on fire,
What would I grab?
I would snatch up my dog,
And run out my door.
She is irreplaceable.
One of the family.
I would lose my computer,
All my clothes,
Just to know,
She was safe.


Short Computer poem by Jack Jordan| Details |

Haiku Days

	
	
	
	Haiku Days
	
	
	Haiku mornings 
		coffee 
		and my computer 	
		and quiet in the house.
	
	Haiku nights 
		red wine
		and my computer
		and quiet in the house.
	
	My small world in seventeen syllables
	
	
	
	


Short Computer poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details |

Ross

Ross

Ross is my single young adult son.
Often pitches in to help others.
Sincerely loves to be on the computer… a lot.
Secure about his abilities.

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
February 1, 2010

Poetic form: Name


Short Computer poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details |

Our Technology Fiend

Our Technology Fiend

Computer, dear, please come on.
Don’t be so temperamental.
Click, click, no light, no sound.
A pulled wire; oh, that cat.

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 20, 2010

Poetic form: Chastushka


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