Funny poems about social media

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Funny Media Poems

I already wrote on Patience so, my apologies fellow FMFers for having the word wrong. My 5 min. Hopefully my readers have a sense of humor and will laugh at this I love making you guys smile! We are living in interesting times. When you think about how we are used to having a device attached to us so that we are never bored, or without something extra to do multi-tasking anyone? I think about my grandparents and specifically my great grandparents who lived to see a lot of changes- great grandma being born in and living to see the new Millennium. They had to have patience back then.

When Do We Stop Bullying? When do we start being proactive? When do we stop the bullying? When do we throw away social media? Farcebook webs occupy the empty spaces webs of lies and some truths available for log in to all to the old and wise holding office holding chairs holding a cigerette outside of some shity job to the old and sick in homes not their own in bars driving cabs to the kids in school not going to school but fingering these lies and some truths in class at their desks outside in the yard in the restroom on the toilet in the cafeteria eating lunch to the teachers unable to grasp for fear of social backlash bound to the will of untaught masters wielding cameras voice recorders hashtags followers celebrities trends the trending likes and shares lies and some truths in the hands of all men of the bums on st.

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Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. What a pretty holiday I wish that I had gone But did you know that all they did was post it on their phones? What amazing friends they have I wish that I had more but actually these people have just met and are a bore What a funny club night I feel left out again Well maybe its another way to drown out all the pain What a lovely boyfriend He bought her lovely gifts but do you know that hes repaying her for all his sins? Pretty pretty wedding pictures for everyone to see did you know he sometimes "accidentally" makes her bleed happy shopping family filling up a cart did you know the parents can't grow love in their hearts? Happy, smiling faces I wonder what they've seen and why they have to force a smile on pictures on this screen Lovely posing woman why do you hold your breath? How many pictures did it take to make you look your best? Is it worth it?

A selection of funny poems which you will find funny and will make you smile. These poems are full of humor whilst being short enough to remember! There once was a man from Peru. Who dreamed he was eating his shoe. He woke up at night. With a terrible fright.

If you want I will read you an ancient Norse saga, or dance naked in public to Radio Gaga, but, no, you cannot borrow my mobile phone charger. Make me learn the speeches of President Carter, forcefeed me quinoa until I grow larger, but, no, you cannot borrow my mobile phone charger. He is a riddle, wrapped up in a mystery, inside an enigma, inserted into a conundrum, buried underneath a puzzle. Some of the hype around Bilston concerns the anonymity he cultivates online. Not for any sordid or particularly interesting reason — other than the real me would just prefer to remain in the background. Bilston may not have much choice in the matter when his collection comes out later this year. And no one ever got rich from writing poetry.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Juvencio V. says:

    Socialmedia poetry: What a funny club night. I feel left out again. Well maybe its Most millennials are undisputedly addicted to social media, Their lives.

  2. Hugolina S. says:

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  3. Ilybreezy says:

    Let the circle be unbroken movie the parallel distributed processing approach

  4. Merci B. says:

    Social Media Poem • Creative Emotions & Social Media Promotions

  5. Madelene G. says:

    Brian Bilston: the Poet Laureate of Twitter

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