Friday, April 11, 2008

MySpace

Adrift in MySpace
where distance has evolved into sacred chambers,
hidden places,
and thoughts adorn silicon-chip walls,
as photographs,
skewed from whispers of illusory digital mache.

26 comments:

Tom said...

and I thought they were just digital pictures on a webpage...

Great poetry Pat.
Tom

polona said...

and these chambers mean a way of life to so many...

Inside our hands, outside our hearts said...

Does this mean that we are creating a world of people distant from the human touch? I think so.

You have a wonderful way of just laying it out Pat. It is wonderful to read and feel.

T

Masago said...

very amusing. :-)

Anonymous said...

too much cyber contact methinks; but not a bad thing
NINA

gautami tripathy said...

I am impressed, Pat!

sage said...

nice description of "internet hell"

Janice Thomson said...

Oh good one Pat! :)

Kai C. said...

indeed!

Bill said...

MySpace
I keep
MyDistance

Marc said...

Beautifully done.

firebird said...

scared chambers or sacred chambers?
--works either way--
(by the way, I just visited mySpace for the first time today, hadn't even read your post yet!)

trinitystar said...

and these walls of pages tell too much.

C said...

MySpace is depressing to me.

Russell Ragsdale said...

See but don't feel and feel but don't touch - the fatal flaw for truely humanizing the internet, nice one Pat!

Don Iannone said...

And I assume youn have a MySpace page...What is your address, Pat? Too funny. Many people live in the MySpace world you know...

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed reading yourspace ..sweet

Nasra

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

:) think I'll stay in blogspot.

Katie McKenna said...

lol.... I am not on MySpace... but sometimes I do wonder.. Thanks Pat!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Pat, it's time to hear from you! You've been on my mind. :)

dsnake1 said...

i will stick to Blogger.:)

Rethabile said...

How could I forget to wish you a happy birthday!?

Well, Happy belated one...

Inside our hands, outside our hearts said...

I am missing your work Pat. Please let us not hunger much longer....smiles.

T

gautami tripathy said...

Where have you gone, Pat?

NINANINA said...

amazing what you can fit itto one microchip of imformation! so much blah blsh blah yet so many opportunities.
humph I have been outta commission, buying a new puter next week. I think myspcace gave me a virus:)

steve said...

flying by and leaving a few bits
hope you are doing well
my wrting pretty much evaporated
but I hope it returns
and yours too