RSS Feed

My cell phone – Promote Yourself


Having dropped my old cell phone into a steaming cup of coffee, I bought a smart
phone, but regrettably … I’m ever more stupid … and ever less … smart.
A sad development, this added stupidity and diminished lucidity; my contraption
predictably failed to prompt me to make better choices; better decisions.
But no such luck; I still make all the same old time-dishonored mistakes; falling
in love at the drop of a hat … my time-honored old loves … remembering.
Verily, youth is seemingly wasted on the very young; wisdom on the very aged;
for were there a better balance between the two, humanity, would be … aided. 
By Miguel Vera from Puerto Rico

About poetreecreations

I am an author writer publisher web administrator I run poetry workshops in the community. My published Manners childrens poetry book can be found at

6 responses

  1. Boriqua! Vaya’ Bayamon, Isabela y San Sebastian! Saludos, mi amigo.


  2. PURRfect!!! I love it, human!😺


  3. Not bad but you seem to put your self down a great deal in the poem


    • Thank you Patricia; but it’s not self-denigration as much as it is self-deprecation. Like all too many men, I took my time maturing. Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment.


%d bloggers like this: