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Day 96 – I Never Loved A Machine

I never loved a machine that could make
a miser out of me.
I never put my trust in steel,
never wanted to endanger my human condition;
I never loved a machine.

They said that soft touches and character
would do it
but I have come to find
that machines can get you where you want to go
and humans hold you back.

I never loved a machine until
it got a hold of me,
and from its silent steely promise,
by its faithfulness, I know-
I never loved a machine
and I never loved it
so much.

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5 thoughts on “Day 96 – I Never Loved A Machine

  1. If this isn’t a valid point, I don’t know what is! Take the ‘and’ out of your second last line and it will be perfect! LOL! Charlotte, I received an award for (Family and Community)… I have to recommend 10 sites I feel are worthy for future nominations, and I have chosen you on my blog :O)

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