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Might Delete This Later
In a World full of prisoners of the moment, who have enough trailblazing momentum to remove the shackles of the Day’s trend, raise your hand then head the opposite direction, from this interworld where common sense is past tense, I commonly wonder did you even think before you press the word send, everyone’s in a trance, to be the first to post a reaction, you’re method acting, commenting without giving Mother Time a chance to validate your perception, heartbroken by unrequited likes, shares and following, digital searching for Agape with Ludus actions, impatiently waiting for milliseconds, with no wants & needs optimizations, we impulsively enter nets without even taking a glance of the environment, say digicheese, Ai got you posting deep fakes with real intentions, we’re all trapped in a maze of predatory browsing, muscular Love dystrophy, when the last time you connected without iMotions, regurgitated toxin’s infecting your operating systems, distorting your vision, scrambling your 3rd lens, now you don’t even like your natural reflection, #nofilter when you’re feeling brave in rare occasions, then it’s back to your reality cave, posting self hate, cat phishing with click bait, trying to quench your thirst with a weak bladder, alas you’re pissed off, no one of substance’s biting, this ain’t up for debate, let’s not argue and fight when we can agree to disagree rather, they been screwed your views, convinced you that it’s ok to have delusion of grandeur without wealth, even Jesus was born poor, died young and broke without his Black Father, so who are you, I might delete this later. Selah
By: Randy P.
“Might Delete This Later” is A Pipoetry by: Randy Pipman (c) Copyright Pipoetry 2020, All Rights Reserved
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I’m Pharaoh Pip, I'm a syndicated blogger for Witish. I’ve been writing pretty much all of my Life, everywhere that I've gone, all that I’ve seen, things that I’ve heard, things that I've experienced, felt and thought of--all goes in to my writing process. I’m constantly writing and jotting down ideas & concepts in my head, a lot of that data is stored for long periods of time before they ever turn into rhythmic words in a sentence. Therefore the process of writing is always therapeutic for me; to get those things off of my chest into existence is like sharing my WiFi connection with you, that’s why my writings are somewhat all over the place subject matter wise. I don’t consider myself the quote end quote this type of writer, that only writes this type of way, I just like to write from the heart. What ever God puts on my Spirit the heaviest, I write about. Selah