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    dots Submission Name: Wouldn't You Like To Knowdots
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    Author: DearlyDeparted
    Elite Ratio:    3.33 - 211/290/189
    Words: 115
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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    Description:
       Off the grid.. on the grid.. now you see me.. now you don't..


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    dotsWouldn't You Like To Knowdots
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    You could say that I'm not okay..
    With putting it all out on display.
    Leaving nothing to find;
    Only inhibits the mind.
    Allowing others to disconnect,
    Through internet connections..
    And they wonder why..
    I hide tucked behind..
    All the bickering, uninteresting information, over sharing, and trivial likability.
    Because I feel that if you care,
    You'll rip out those wires and come outside to share.
    Disengage to reconnect those roots with something that will last.
    Like that of the feeling of your bare feet in the wet dew soaked grass.
    True interaction;
    that causes a chain reaction..
    Called memories.
    Ones that can mend the past..
    Those that you won't need pictures and statuses to makes last.




    Submitted on 2014-06-06 19:27:33     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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