Hello Computer

Hello Computer short poem

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There are brightened screens on lazy afternoons,
Queue up for a weekend getaway from our dull bedrooms,
What’s your age, sex and location?
Are you here for rendezvous or recreation?

Thirty Sally whose a housewife,
is looking for illusions,
to spice up up her life.
She’s saying darling what’s your poison?
But disappeared seconds after she heard of my skin,

There are pregnant teens in hopeless solitude,
as people line up for adventures in the gloom,
What’s your age, sex and location?
Are you here for rendezvous or recreation?

Thirteen Gloria is not prude when,
she’s on the brink of adolescence,
But I decline politely,
Saying sorry but I’m not in this for that kind of sin.

Well some boys are in the race
to flash a Houdini to anybody’s face
While the Girls are in pursuit,
of any boy that’s cute
But its alright now,
we’re all in this together somehow

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