Dear Phone

Sat, 04/09/2016 - 12:02 -- dolma

How would I live without you?

So thankful I’m not born in my Granny’s days

With no cell phones on which I can spare my time.

I cannot imagine a day without you

From the moment I wake up to the moment I sleep,

I have to see you in front of me

Or else I go crazy and act insane the whole day.

You are all that I have to kill my boredom

I can text, call, snap chat, and tweet,

I can video chat with my loved ones far away.

Some say you are a bad thing to be around,

But I say you are a fortune.

You make me connected with the world

I don’t think I can live a day without you,

I charge you so you can live longer

And be by side forever and always

Where you belong, my dear phone.

This poem is about: 
Me

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