What’re activities of Obama today
sitting in India I know.
Electronics media worked for me
to make the information flow.
Guided or unguided transmission,
I say through wire or the air.
Transmitted so much vast and fast,
detailed facts are flared.
There was a time,
we had to wait weeks together;
To get news about friends
or receive their letters.
Progress of information technology
how has changed the life.
Within seconds we know
all about the world that thrives.
I am face to face with many poets,
Relatives and friends;
Not knowing who are all masked
to complete this wonder chain.
It is not like that we always have pros.
Once the link of net was broken,
I could not check my mail in time
and missed crucial date that was open.
Few time back I got an anonymous mail
informing that I have won a great prize.
Further communications disappointed me,
as found it fake, to my surprise.
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