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    dots Submission Name: Post Naturalismdots

    Author: cornonthekob
    Elite Ratio:    6.26 - 665/487/423
    Words: 75
    Class/Type: Poetry/Political
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    dotsPost Naturalismdots

    In the propaganda feed
    All that I ever see
    Are things that I can buy
    And things I can believe

    I do not like it for attention
    I do not add to this distraction
    I am off and on my own
    In the fractions of my home

    What is left of communications?
    Trade it in for dream vacations
    Nullifying oppositions oppose every side
    The natural self starves while the digital self thrives

    Submitted on 2019-09-13 11:45:49     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I don't think technology has changed communication for the worst. I think technology has changed the degree to which what we communicate is saturated with content. But another unhappy child of technology, or rather how we've developed it, is the need for instant gratification. Things are never good in excess (1 chocolate is sweet, but a bag full is nothing but a tummy ache in wait), but with social media it's like we're taking big bites without breathing before our next bite because "what's next?" The next thing you know we're left lightheaded and wondering why we feel like a pile of beetle wound dung. I don't think technology is unnatural or opposite to nature though––by the same token, I think it's a natural extension of the human self. Post-selfyism.
    | Posted on 2019-10-31 00:00:00 | by Outlaw | [ Reply to This ]

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