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MOBILEPHONE ( An Acrostic Poem ) by Simonette

You can also read this poem at http://www.writers-network.com/members/simonette ; http://www.poemhunter.com/simonette-brebenariu

M-odern technology outrages the sensitivity of whole mankind,
adheres the good news to all who have a unique power of mind.
O-bsession on ringing and sending messages with photos in grand,
money is wasted through communication,an updated cell as brand!
B-ringing the tasks on an easy,affordable,movable,and unlimited access
everyone can buy the load,anywhere,somewhere,or from the guest!
I-nformation thrills the sender nor receiver, connections are here to list,
tones are saved,short cut progresses even script encodes on a gist!
L-ovenotes pop-in to those lovers whose sweetness,more and untrue,
but definitely united to the spirit of friendship;as ever to see through;
E-ffectivity swings to the variety of programs within the memory card,
concept switch-in to SMS which rates the bits on time,graveyard!
P-lacing the chances on what's new...to a world...of bulky computers,
making matters worst or best to the limelight of all cellphone users!
H-appiness brings,through times;calls monopolize,words revitalize,
senses adjust to responsibilities which everyone must be,to criticize!
O-wning more the models of this innovative,creative,minutive gizmo,
may ever experience too,the invisible lightning in lives which hereto!
N-oting this device,as man's best -electronic friend in this universe,
intuition recalls those names like Edison,GrahamBell...to address.
E-mpowerment bears the vertical or horizontal and digital invention,
MOBILEPHONE conquers the minds of men in a new generation!

Posted by simonette 10:13

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This blog doesn't really seem to be a travel blog; may I ask what what it's intended for, as we tend to be rather careful here on TP in terms of what we'll allow...

by Sam I Am

Sorry Sam, I just put this poem... for my students... not for the others... but I will delete this poem after two weeks

by simonette

Hi Simonette, so this blog is part of a class? Just wanted to check; you don't have to delete it, but was curious what was going on :)

by Sam I Am

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