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by Ann Scarborough

Friday, June 22, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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At the office where I used to work, home office our connection to the internet went down for a week.

Where is it?
Where did it go?
Sent Where?By Who?
Stephen King should write a novel
About e-mail that goes astray.
I'm sure it wanders all about
Looking for it's destined place.
It just sometimes loses its way
And wanders all about the Ethernet
Looking for its "send to" address
And all at the speed of its connection.
And now it is lost!
Gone to where ever lost e-mail goes.
We may hear from it again,
In future far away,
And wonder why we sent it
This little e-mail who lost its way.
Where is it?
Where did it go?
Sent Where?By Who?

Copyright ©2007
Ann Scarborough

posted with permission of the International Society of Poetry












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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 9/23/2007
"There's a Reason for Everything" I just say!
and then learn how to not let it happen ~ If I have control over it!
I love this rant!

I'm glad you are here in this spiritual warm den! WELCOME Ann!I am Tracking and Following your heart and soul!
Much love and Warmer hugs, Warrior Lady Sheeeoos

STay Positive! Happy and STrong!
Reviewed by Michael Guy 8/30/2007
not to mention the chaos of some messages boards! my emails sometimes get lost right in my yahoo inbox, forgotten at the bottom of my email abyss! nice thought to make a poem of.
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 7/27/2007
Howdy Little Darlin! This was such an adorable write! I have pondered myself where did my lost e-mails go and who be a readin them! HUGS! SC
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/25/2007
This little e-mail who lost its way.

Where is it?

Where did it go?



I have often wondered about that myself. I once received an e-mail that was exactly one year old - to the day - from the day it had been sent. Where the heck was it hiding for a whole year??!!



And thanks for your comments about a northern sunset - you really should see one!
Reviewed by jude forese 6/24/2007
sometimes its better not knowing ;)

cute & humorous ...
Reviewed by Spirit Warrior 6/24/2007
Yea this 'ere cum'puter thingy be gett'n me froms time ta times too! Dad'gum tecno'crap no how!
Naw lets me sees whats I's did's wif dat e-thingy.

LOL!
Great job Ann!
~Spirit Warrior
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/24/2007
A humorous tone but nonetheless serious in theme since it is hard to think of oneself without access to the internet. Thank you, Ann. Welcome to AD. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 6/23/2007
So cute , Ann, with the many groups I've had and been in over the years, how many times someone and myself years ago would pump out that heart felt reply or over due rant and when I hit the send button it didn't filter to the group board, it was grabbed by that internet bandit itself. Often wondered where they really go....cute again. Lady J
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 6/22/2007
I love this one....A week without the internet..unthinkable!!

Walt



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