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Short Technology poem by Timothy Hicks| Details | |

Haiku 29

curious baby
licks his fingers -
vacant outlet

Short Technology poem by M. L. Kiser| Details | |


has no soul;
no sentience;

Short Technology poem by Timothy Hicks| Details | |

Haiku 35

power outage -
we practice magic
lighting candles

Short Technology poem by Timothy Hicks| Details | |

Haiku 30

TV flashes on -
black and white photographs

Short Technology poem by Ann Roske| Details | |

Factual Fiction

Science Fact Science Fiction Technology

Short Technology poem by Ethan Michaels| Details | |


love technology?\Good, it brings together\People worlds apart

Short Technology poem by Dustin Craig| Details | |

Generation Z

Youth becomes brainless
Consumed by technology
Generation lost

Short Technology poem by Robb A. Kopp| Details | |

Hands On

Teach successfully
Through technology

By Robb A. Kopp

Short Technology poem by Verlena S. Walker | Details | |

having sex - footle

buck wild
rodeo style

Short Technology poem by John Michaels| Details | |


A moment in time once treasured forever, now just zeroes and ones.

Short Technology poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |


Many young people online,

Some Old people,out of line,

Of young people online,

Some are out of line!

Short Technology poem by M. L. Kiser| Details | |


Cantankerous and
Preying on
Unsuspecting people;
Eat data and
Ruin the 

Short Technology poem by Barbara Gorelick| Details | |


Technology certainly has its place..
But Gee, what happened to talking face to face?

For the Epigram contest

Short Technology poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details | |


this is a game
the ease my pain
its insane
love the sound
its ir roll down
its better jump polling
i love

Short Technology poem by Justin Debrosse| Details | |

The Habit Mind

The habit mind
Is the holocaust
Of technology automating
Rational enlightenment
For the slavery of time
And poverty of creation

Short Technology poem by Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton| Details | |

Autumn wind

Sacred sounds of the autumn wind
Blessed microphones could not endow
A feeling that our lives entwined
This silly technology knows not how.

Short Technology poem by Shawn Sackman| Details | |

Cool Nerd

Nerd, unpopular
Facebook calls, founder’s stock shares
“Geek” is the new cool

Entry for Natalie Fllikkema's "Talkin Technology" competition

Short Technology poem by Barbara Gorelick| Details | |


In this day Technology rules Forgetting The pleasure And tactile delight of books -Reading by the fire
Shadorma contest

Short Technology poem by Brian Strand| Details | |


Comic strip hero Dan Dare
Space pilot extraordinaire,
Each week in the Eagle flew,
Against Mekon and his crew-
Dan's technology later came true.

Short Technology poem by Timothy Hicks| Details | |

Scientific Mastery

How convenient it is too see
thanks to Thomas Edison's scientific mastery.
What do you suppose he would think of us,
visiting some place like Las Vegas?

Short Technology poem by Indio Ramos| Details | |


Eyes shot of hell's crimson,
Hands octopussed on keys,
He dreams of the morrow,
While at Facebook, he gazed.

April 22, 2014

Short Technology poem by Guy-Adler Dorelien| Details | |

If we all have the answers

If we all have the answers in us,
Then why are we as human beings still divided by misery and poverty and blinded by the 
power of money and technology.

Short Technology poem by john beharry| Details | |

Science and Man's Destiny

The knowledge I have given man empowers him to chart his own destiny Will it be for his betterment or his detriment I can only wait and see

Short Technology poem by Rick Parise| Details | |

Hey Fancy Face


Suzie sure did love technology
especially cosmetology
when Botox became her friend
each wrinkle it did mend 
now she's a part of biology

Short Technology poem by christine hawksworth| Details | |

Split Second Timing

Blue hue, violet rays
took my breath away.
Yellow mellow days
swallowed me whole.
Red shining danger signs
caught my guard down.
Black jack, apple mac,
oh! for the age of technology !

Short Technology 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 Technology poem by Justin Debrosse| Details | |


Of medium and message
Living through technology
Technology diffusing us

Nature does the same
Branching of the human mind
All signs converge between inner space
Below the surface
New worlds are churning

Short Technology 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

Short Technology poem by RUDOLPH RINALDI| Details | |

I am sitting inside my smart TV set with my wireless remote control

I am sitting inside my smart TV set 
with my wireless remote control 
and I can’t seem to get my wireless remote control 
to work for me
can someone out there 
please keep on  changing the channels for me 
to something else

Short Technology poem by Jen H.| Details | |

Unknown Day

I sit here watching
Home videos so old
A blanket covering me
From the winter so cold

I try to remember 
The day being shown
But to me this day
I quite unknown

It seems
Technology remembers
My life better
Then I do

Short Technology poem by Sherwin Balbuena| Details | |

Our decadence

our hands are extremely
they believe that everything
has the right to exist
like the proliferation
of good and bad
dusts in the air
our science
our arts
our technology
have made a little boon
but a lot of bane

our decadence

Short Technology poem by RUDOLPH RINALDI| Details | |

Dick and Jane

Jane says that 
Old Dick is dead
Along with painting
And the guitar

That technology 
Has replaced them
And put them in storage, 
IN museums and on digital tapes

But that when 
The technology is down
She prays 
That Old Dick 
Will show up

Short Technology poem by John Beam| Details | |

O Burning Alexandria's Effigy

groupthink likes word games                                                                                         the unwritten history                                                                                           rectification

Short Technology poem by Daljit Khankhana| Details | |

Human Description

Anatomy is an amplification of Amphibology, 
Conspicuous consort of natural ideology,
In consideration of the developing technology. 
Contentious contentment or consummation contemplative, 
Conjectural, theoretical and practicable sociology.

Short Technology poem by RUDOLPH RINALDI| Details | |

Re-cycle me

When its thought
To be
All over 
Put me through a cross
Cut shredder 
And store me 
In a cardboard shoe box

When the technology is right 
Re-cycle me 
As a vanilla ice cream pop
With a dark chocolate cover
To be eaten 
And loved 
Just one more time

Short Technology poem by Barbara Washington| Details | |

PoetrySoup And The iPad

Once upon a time
PoetrySoup and the iPad didn't play well
Glitches, bugs, fixes, made me whine
As I couldn't enjoy this wonderful site from my iPad

Now they'll playmates having fun in this world of technology
Speeding right along poetic Internet highway

Short Technology poem by Katelyn Dobbs| Details | |

A Shared Dream

Chills of comfort
as smooth as skin 
grazing grey stones. 

In the next room-
technology is hard at work
churning, turning
while the guitar gently rifts. 

Harsh winds are whipping, 
we are lying 
above a pale yellow floor
across a hazy tundra.

Short Technology poem by cecil hickman| Details | |

To Too Fast

Perplexed by the changes of technology so fast,
Maybe my mind will not manage or last.
If technology continues upon this speed,
Our personal minds we will never need.
When man no longer has any need for a mind.
That will be the end of all of humankind.

Short Technology poem by Hilde Bird| Details | |

Tomorrow again, I begin

When you are old and lonely,
and children moved away,
promising they visit soon,
if they get time some day.

Old age does not fit into, modern technology,

Whenever I say:
“This will never happen to me!”

I am still learning:” Never to say never, again

Short Technology poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details | |

I'm Going To Hell

Sentence me to a life of complete solitary,
just allow me my stereo, computer and my TV.
When I die I'm going to hell most certainly
because I'll have to leave behind all of this heavenly technology
and that will most certainly be the worst kind of boring hell for me.

Short Technology poem by Brandon Basson| Details | |

Unsolved Mystery

The brain mass of the human mind
Harbors iq’s you won’t believe
But still leaves one thing undefined
Much simpler than technology
With only three percent in use
Will we one day transcend this grip 
And exercise control when juice
Mingle with blood from a bitten lip

Short Technology poem by Kim van Breda| Details | |


TOLERATION Endure- suffer- bear- persist the moons ghastly pastiness the stars pointless dismay the voiceless pulsation of the sea, the cantankerous cackle of technology tools, the blinkered smirk of the jerk who controls me © Kim van Breda—24 June 2014

Short Technology poem by Carrie Richards| Details | |

Driving on Fumes

We're eating more beans to stretch out our cash...
Living paycheck to paycheck, hoping pennies will last 
With all the technology that's out there today
If only science could find ingenious ways
To fill up our cars with all of that gas !!

for Carolyn's "Economic Woes" contest

Short Technology poem by Duke Beaufort| Details | |

It's all in how you say it

While ours kill with flair and finesse
Banned weapons can make a fine mess
Since guys without class
Can possess poison gas
O-bomb-a will make an address

There's hype and there's hysteria
O-bomb-a needs criteria 
To send friend Bashar   
Wrapped presents from afar
His gift of love for Syria

Short Technology poem by Dustin Craig| Details | |


Sex to repopulate the planet
Objectively trying to make the world a better place
Citizens attempting to get their views heard by politicians
Irate countries at war with one another
Emptiness amongst the poor; longing for more
Technology coming to the forefront
Year after year, adding to history

Short Technology poem by Judy Konos| Details | |


Does HE hear our email prayers?
Do they count as if we care?
Are HIS photos of perfection
Cast of HIM in true reflection?

A forward here, a forward there
Just one click, we're everywhere
Perhaps HE counts technology
As though it were theology?

I don't know nor do you
Only hope that this is true!

Short Technology poem by Kalind Thakkar| Details | |

Too Much Technology

Too Much Technology

Technology all around
Pen and pencil underground

Texting on the highway
Leads to the driver’s last day

Too much Facebook and G-mail
Now there is no more snail mail

Maybe we should get back to communicating one-to-one
Talking face-to-face can be exhilarating and fun

Short Technology poem by Shishir Gupta| Details | |

One Sticky Question

There was a miracle,
Came the supernatural,
And awed us with unachievable,
Such things/events glue us bad,
Our technology attempts to copy as much,
Get which thus far eluded,
When it finally does things,
Miracles’ proportions,
Will we be gods?
Or still be humans?
Don’t have a clue,
But I am still glued.

Short Technology poem by Blind Pathos| Details | |


Singularity socioplasma Checkit future beatcha Beauty vulgarspoken tweaktalks Brokenrule syntax thruwalks Collapsecom moreless Triplespeak betterbest Mindmush neuroplasticity In homodatum newbie Virtualsapien weblifes Newreal digihive Override overuse overbe Oncewas nowam newme

Short Technology poem by Kenneth Cairney| Details | |

The Tower or New Babel

The tower had grown for thousands of years
Slicing deep through Earth’s stratosphere
Its roots were as deep as it was tall
Built in the hopes it would never fall
But the movement of Earth’s fiery heart
Had melted and tore its roots apart
Old goals remained as technology grew
Just as old had fallen so would the new

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