Children In The Computer Age
A child handles
A computer mouse
Like a true pro
Dragging and dropping.
A computer game
I cannot play
It's child's play
And hard for man.
Even a baby juggles
With an I-phone
With loud and happy screams.
A room full of kids
On their own mini-computers
No direct interactions
Not easy to talk to anyone.
Life's no more mechanical
It's electronic nano-world
Hope we'll not lose
The human touch we had.
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