Call Us: 0161 280 2588

Poetry Corner

Cyber Friends

by Stephen P Taylor

Why should I talk to you when I’ve got my phone,
I’d really much rather be alone,
On here I can have a right good moan,
Yes it’s far better being on my own.

So I’d rather spend time alone you bet,
And join the Twitter and Facebook set,
That’s the solitude I want and yet,
I spend the time seeing how many friends I can get.

So are cyber friends any better than real?
They don’t come to your place scrounging a meal,
You can turn them off whenever you feel,
The situation to me seems quite ideal.

But cyber friends for all their might,
Can’t be there to hold me tight,
Reassure me when I get a fright,
Lie beside me all the night.

So perhaps I should try to spend the day,
Interacting with friends at work and play,
Technology has its place but hey,
Maybe why not just once, put my phoneaway.

Share:

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedin

Leave a Reply

Address

Your Local BURY,
5-7 New Road,
Radcliffe,
Manchester,
M26 1LS

T: 0161 280 2588
E: yourlocalbury@gmail.com

Disclaimer

Whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the data on the website is accurate, neither the publisher nor its editorial contributors can accept, and herby disclaim, any liability to any party to loss or damage caused by errors or omissions resulting from negligence, accident or any other cause. The contents of the website - in part or as a whole - may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form without the express written permission of the publishers – Your Local Bury