Smartphone – Author Bevan Boggenpoel

 

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Smartphone

 

You are constantly looking into –

your phone

don’t even notice me when –

we’re home alone.

 

chatting and texting as –

you’re communicating

I’m longing for attention but –

you’re not even noticing.

 

as the days go by I –

sometimes cry

but you’re always in your phone just –

turning a blind eye.

 

your fancy phone filled –

with apps

has left our relationship filled –

with gaps.

 

I wish I was that smartphone that –

soaked up your attention

I wish I was those apps that –

enjoys all your affection.

 

© Bevan Boggenpoel

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Bevan Boggenpoel About the Author

Mr. Bevan Boggenpoel was born in Salt Lake, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. He attended Soutpan Primary and matriculated at Westville Secondary School. He completed a Baccalaureate in Education at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. He launched his debut Anthology 1 December 2016. The book was well received by the public and he sold 230 copies locally. He is also an author at a South African website known as Litnet (Literature Network in South Africa). His poetry is written in a South African context that covers different issues in daily life. In his writings he strives to tell a story or teach a lesson that will inspire and motivate those who comes in contact with his writings.

Visit Bevan’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/bevan-boggenpoel-.html



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