Technology sonnet poems

Uploaded by Shantala Kothare

Giant cable webs from the skies
Stare at me in my eyes;
Messy wires that crisscross out there,
Are sending transmissions everywhere,
And they make us sit in our homes:
Hooked up to laptops and mobile phones.
And should we step out to meet outdoors:
We quickly look for docks on floors!
In our lives, everyday,
It’s high-tech that we survey.
And though it’s distracting and slows us down,
Keeps us from exploring the reality around;
Can you imagine what it would be?
For us not to be using technology!

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Shantala Kothare

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Teacher in Economics. Aditya Birla World Academy.
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