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  1.  Internet Explorer took a crap...
  2.  As usual I am just TOO fucking stupid...



A Beast has Risen
by John Rockie Coppolella

Sunday, March 18, 2012
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Witness the dramatic rise of the next generation of technology's Horta-culture.

 

We were the first to know,
We were the last to grow,
Each did eke out our part,
A beast of blackened heart.

Messengering systems,
World-wide communes,
A global daily gathering,
Decipher Internet runes.

One did create the heads,
Another developed the tail,
One plugged in the brains,
All computed in the details.

When saw it was complete,
We took our assigned seat,
Then the lights slowly died,
Readying for the great treat.

Stunned, we wet on ourselves,

Gasp! We sat silent in our awe,
At sights so incomprehensible,
Aha! Shuddered each we saw.

Like an old-time movie reel,
It held the maximum appeal,
IT was our lives’ work bared,
A social POP we all shared.

A grand dragon had emerged,
It pulled us in and submerged,
Reappearing smiled and said,
“I’m in ur hearts and ur heads.”

There’s no escaping it’s sequel,
No way to escape a bell’s peal,
Addiction no cure from the grip,
Once in thoughts fate is sealed.

For whom the bell tolls,
Believe IT tolls for thee,
Our beast is now risen,
So get ready for 6’s...3.

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Tom Hyland 3/19/2012
ROCKIE ...

'DING DONG, MERRILY ON HIGH ...
THE CHAPEL BELLS ARE RINGING ...'

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/19/2012
Aw, it's just another phase we're going through, like learning to write, and before that, to learn a common language. Makes for interesting poetry, though.

Ron
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/18/2012
An apt, timely, and thought-awakening sharing, "Starman." Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks 3/18/2012
Wow-Starman you always surprise and amaze. This is a great comment on the times artfully rendered. You keep pushing ahead in your writing.great to be along for the ride!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/18/2012
Forget being drunk in the last write, this one seems like an acid trip...finger trippin' good...e



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