Louis Cecile

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50 Minutes – Interview Style


Psychiatrist: So tell me how you felt when you first met...
Kid: I was dazzled by the selection and constant connection
Psychiatrist: A permanent connection in your life
Kid: My life surrounded by constant quarrels
Psychiatrist: You could only see it spiral, therefore wanting something you could control
Kid: Yes, something to make me feel whole
Psychiatrist: Go on
Kid: Though we don't really talk, it talks to me
Psychiatrist: For you this is real?
Kid: Totally as it listens to me, never conceals
Psychiatrist: You become the big deal?
Kid: It is here just for me, which makes it all seem real
Psychiatrist: How do your parents feel about this relationship?
Kid: Sick and say I am addicted, they are just wicked
Psychiatrist: Making you feel inflicted as they are losing your trust?
Kid: I have only distrust for they longer love each other
Psychiatrist: You have been asked to choose?
Kid: Yes I want to stay with my mother
Psychiatrist: Do you understand why you have been told to see me?
Kid: I am in love with my TV

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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  • Rookie - 308 Points Shania K. Younce (3/16/2014 7:43:00 PM)

    I'm not shore if that is supposed to be funny. The last sentence sort of makes me laugh. This is a good poem. Society has gotten a little out of whack with their electronics. A good poem. Bien! (Report) Reply

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