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Who
by Robin A Spicer

Tuesday, January 25, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Who are you?
I will probably have to re-do this later. Just an idea that came to me

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Who


 


Who are you, sitting in that chair?


Gazing at that little box


Weary eyes, rollers in your hair


Grey now streaks once golden locks.


 


Past memories now fill your head,


As you punch the keyboard with your thought


Trying to find, the one to share your bed


Despairing as your search turns to naught.


 


You filled your profile with many lies.


Trying to pretend who you’d like to be


You do not hear your children’s cries.


Your head is filled with fantasy.


 


You type in words that are untrue


No webcam adorns your desk.


Even your Photograph is not you.


Taken twenty years in your past.


 


You long for romance’s sweet caress


Since he left life’s passed you by.


You have no life; your home’s a mess


You lie awake at night and sigh.


 


Each day we can find you sitting there


For this is the total of your life.


Computer screen and swivel chair.


For nothing else is in your life.


 


Robin A Spicer © 26th January 2004


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Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 5/21/2005
I am going to start calling you Mirror Mirror ... lol!

Once again, very well written Robin.

Sandie.
Reviewed by A PAX 3/18/2005
I once saw an internet cartoon of a woman, typing while her husband slept, and she was telling someone she was an 18 yr old cheerleader.
It made me chuckle, because I think there is alot of BS on the net, but your poem, oh, just makes me so sad, its blunt and real. so well written........
I think internet relationships offer a type of hope to people who would be lonely without this connection....I cannot say, if its a danger or blessing......

well written Robin.........pax A
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 2/24/2005
You are a very good writer my friend....reality at its very best...lov n luck....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/8/2005
This can be a stark reality for some in the new "millenium" and the age of cyberlove. Strong message, Robin. Love and peace. Regis
Reviewed by Mary Quire 1/27/2005
Very interesting. It flows beautifully, leaving the reader to his/her own thoughts as to how close they come to this picture you have painted with your words.

M.Rose
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 1/26/2005
This is a depicting of reality... "Who" flows on leaving the vapor of wisdom, and makes the point, leaving the message delivered.

A touching reading I have found in "Who".

Long Healthy Life Poet!


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 1/26/2005
Whoa and this could fit a lot of people. But you know the line about the photograph being taken twenty years ago reminds me of those obituaries with a picture of an eighteen year old kid at the top.
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 1/25/2005
Stark, powerful and for some, true! Well done!
Reviewed by jude forese 1/25/2005
sad scenario but nicely penned ...
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