The facebook addiction.


New friendships and old
Come down to one level,
Some we haven’t met ever
Some we have spent a life together.

The way you feel, the days you spend
It is all in your status
Don’t give a shoulder to cry, you say,
Neither a pat on back,
Some likes and a few comments
Can compensate for that!

You turn on the gps, tell the world where you are,
Take pictures and upload them in your timeline.
Amongst all these clicking and check in,
Do you realise there is a world offline?

Of real people beside you,
Should not you be living the present with them,
Enjoying the very moment you are in?
To capture them in your mind and heart
And not just in a computer screen?

By- Sweety Pateliya


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