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Cyber Poet

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Typing a new poem, muse come cyber me, searching for some keyboard poem mystery. Text to my monitor, pixel the result, if the rhyme is hard a web site I’ll consult. Spell Check ever ready, I’ll dance 'round the lines, verbiage will be strange, fonts in new designs. Each lines meter flow will be of no despair, my, Syllable Counter, always will be there. If should error strike we’ll just delete the line, diagnose the viral verse and redefine. Alliteration always there to appease, with words weight balanced wonderfully with ease. My poem loads complete as some fine software, like freeware beta, without a micro care. If an errant form becomes a meg concern, call it updated, old version we will spurn. With need to please, each syllable I will tease, any poet shortcut I will try to seize. If my writers talent shows not up to code, please do not be stressed, a fresh muse I'll reload. Robert Gene Stoner Jr © 2/7/15

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Date: 6/17/2016 4:08:00 PM
Very clever rhyme Robert and i loved hearing your voice:-) hugs Jan xx
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Date: 6/17/2016 9:42:00 AM
Great poem... That ability to listen to the poem is nice too... I need to figure out how to do it...
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Robert Stoner Jr
Date: 6/17/2016 3:09:00 PM
Thanks for the read Carol and offered support on this work. I have a written sheet I prepared for Andrea to guide her through the process of audio recording. If you like to review it as a guide Soup me your email as it is too many words for Soup. I will gladly send it to you. Thanks again for your visit.
Date: 5/22/2016 5:57:00 PM
Cleaver use of poem and computer words and phrases. Nice read -
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Robert Stoner Jr
Date: 5/24/2016 2:50:00 PM
Thanks for the read and comment on this piece Jesse, much appreciated.