Pandora's Phone

The wonderful Zeus would have the courage to leave his phone opened, 

In hopes to see Pandora roped in. 

He sternly told her not to unlock his phone,  

And she didn’t, she wouldn’t want it to happen to her own. 

But like everyone says, “Curiosity can be our worst enemy.”  

She held the phone in her hands steadily, 

She finally found the courage to unlock the phone helplessly. 

After months of begging and pleading to be let inside, 

Pandora released all the evils, her face horrified. 

Forever was she cursed, unforunately, justifed. 


This poem is about: 
Our world


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