The Day The Internet Died
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The Day the Internet Died

the night falls in heavy 
suffocating cloaks of blank screens
we are cold and alone.

the light for which we pine
the laptops flare once 
then dies in front of us.

in one screen sweep of velvet ebon nothingness
all hope of the golden chat
must sicken and die.

our passion throbs
for each other no more.
how could you leave?

our night of passionate poetry
finding only two lost souls 
cuddling in darkness

two hearts crying out, who shall 
save this server, while ringtones of
mobile phones find no email connections




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