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What We've Lost To The Present Age

The present age. A lonely technological haze, Social sites and megabytes with few real friends within our sights. Words once wrote on paper with precision and heart behind each movement of the hand; now digitized for one to copy & paste at ones demand. The smell and feel of a physical book to read, Slowly losing its place, to the countless downloads from cyberspace. Once a book enjoyed by yellow candle light burning dim to relax ones mind, Now a tablet user kept awake by man made light; harming their own eye sight. Private lives no longer remain, Every comment, every photo, every affair; All incriminating information is there. The present will continue to evolve over the past and moving forward is right. I do however, look forward to keeping some of my favorite past times alight. In the losing future fight...

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Date: 5/6/2017 6:52:00 PM
It seems ironic that I as a student of programming, I would write such a poem but I do see so many issues with the modern usage of technology. What are your thoughts people??
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