Great job writing this, yeah i think that way too, people are too involved in this thing called PC and everything has to deal with it, i guess maybe one day i will go out of this city and and get touch with nature, that is one thing i have been wanting to do 5 o 6 or more years ago,
I hope this year i will tell the girl i love that we are on vacacion even for 1 day , and i ll be with her far for this pc that makes me smoke (i work as a programmer, i love my job, but too much of anything makes you hate that thing, i hope you get me)
so keep writing, take care!
HA! I loved this! Man, I didn't realize that I felt this way myself until I read this piece- or rather, I never would have thought of expressing it like this. It kind of makes me feel both simultaneously triumphant and a little down on myself (haha) that I totally got every line you wrote. I'm glad you wrote this piece, having read the other piece a few posts up from this one, and not feeling like taking the time (I liked that one too) to fully analyze and comment on it. (Too much to say)
I thought that the line "I give orgasm to .org.com.gov" was by a large distance my favorite line I've read all night. I'm gonna fave this if you don't mind.
very cool poem SE. The rhythm, the language, all give the perfect feeling of being trapped inside the little desktop boxes we give so much time too, all the while feeling just annoyed enough not to stop. One more click, one more site, one more waaaaay too long night following random winding paths through javahtmlflash coded manifestos of capitalism and "free expression."
We love it, we hate it. TV redux, on amphetamines and steroids and HGH.
Of course we love it. It led us to ES, right? Ha.
"Multimedia, give me something
Worth watching today.
Hand on vermin Mouse,
I give orgasm to .org.com.gov"
Great stanza, so uniquely crafted in simple format but conveying quite a bit.