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Smart phones and computers are not the be all to end all and that's all I have to say

What's to Become
By Franklin Price

What's to become of all we see?
It's you for you and me for me,
That's where we are; would you agree? 
It's not the place we all should be.

What's to become of me and you?
And all our brothers, sisters too
Is there something else we each could do
I offer you this simple cue:

Smart phones, computers,  not the all
Their thoughts for us, causing our fall
No Cinderella at the ball
Nor dancing in the royal hall

Imagination in retreat
Original thinking in defeat
Do not make Siri twice repeat
Get up, get out, and on your feet.

High tech should not define your range
Put down your phone and rearrange
Meet face to face begin to change
I think you'll find it's not so strange

Copyright © | Year Posted 2018

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