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Reading over my poem, I can definitly see that most people beside the one who I wrote it about will not understand most of this. Maybe you can relate though, so please take the time to read... I can see you in the darkness Just a memory of those forgotten things But I remember how it felt Yeah, I remember how it felt... You're not here anymore But I remember the way I loved you I remember the way it went Sometimes holding hands Don't you remember the feeling? Walking in the dark Eating burnt bacon Listening to oldies, and Linkin Park. I can see you in the sunlight Just a shining of the past But I remember what we said Yeah, I remember what we said... I don't know when you'll find this But I love you, for all of time That's what the paper said And the notebook filled with Tweet and Moo It was all pointless, I see now But it didn't matter then. And I remember what we did Wasting money at the mall You wouldn't eat a thing at the Olive Garden And those converses, well you got them cheaper than mine I remember all the times, All the times I think we had I had the chance to kiss you But it was wasted Didn't move fast enough With trying something new I know it would've been amazing- It would've been with you. There's no point to anything But I'm writing anyway Just like, when I get your address I'm sending that letter, in the mail I guess some part of me remembers Well, all of me remembers How I loved you How I love you. And I hope you find your happiness. Empty
A poetic satire I wrote as a project for my English class portraying irony in the sense of the affects modern day technology, specifically internet has on our current generation. The underlying message is whether developing technology is for the better or the worse. [video=youtube;CxjGIe_ya84] ] Mindless mass of minute details In reference to vapid lives we lead. Brief one-liners and formal acquaintances With internet, we forget to "read". Lack of intimate communication, our only engagements occur online. Is this all really innovation or are we all just blind? Institution becomes obscure, we educate ourselves With Wikipedia and Google, who needs teacher help? Convenience is easy, even scary in a way... Access to all desires, becoming stranger's prey. Posting our identities, dating online... With Facebook and Twitter We lose track of "time". Forgetting who we are Engrossing ourselves in cyber drama When life passes us by, we'll know it was karma. I really thank those that read it. It means a lot to me.