Madrason writer

(24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

Five minutes a day will do


One, two, three, beam away
it only costs a Blackberry
nearly a pound a day;
Are the eyes
the soft touch-screens
sucked in by tension
a third dimension
alter ego-ed
like Self echoed
away nanoseconds
a war of nerves
branches and highways
vibrating byways
escapes from
from whom
hormones captured by
pixels bit by bit
they sit and wait and jump
-but do not contemplate-
straight in to your
lens
it's tense
immense
intensifying
it's dying
on the masks
so mystifying
musts
there's no denying
if....,
fingers dancing
on a screen
an interplay
as if to say
'Touch me'
but What if
the battery
turns down
light out of eyes
and a frown
.............
feeling captured
on your own
and damn alone!

Madrason 17-07-2013

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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