The Computer Age

Poem By Michael P. Johnson

Taught and caught up,
To perceive themselves to be...

Family members, friends.
And the ones conducting business,
In urban communities.
Providing opportunities.
Destroying the benefits,
Of creating a more progressive...
Way of outlook,
Beyond the limitations...
A pretentious selfishness,
An unconscious to serve ignorance...
Has yet to offer,
In an improving a better society.
Sought to seek.

Advancements are implemented,
From a successful marketing...
Completely depleted of reality.
Based upon what is seen on TV.
Selling competition.
And a variety of lies sold.
Everywhere to be taxed.
Before and after,
Acts of greed and the nonsense...
Of hypocrisy are performed!

To be taught and caught up,
In an addiction.
With no intention to correct.
Or acknowledge to fix,
A division no one can afford.
But remain indebted,
To the foolishness of it.
Bragging about good ratings.
Credited to the deepening depths,
Of false beliefs kept to feed fed!

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