Cyber Fear

Cyber Fear

A Poem by Lloyd

Again, very often I'll write an entire piece because of one line I thought of.


Living in fear with every breath.
Hiding around every corner.
Cover my face when camera's come out.
Nobody knows my name!

Every moment of every day,
I pretend to be what I'm not.
It's a sweating, trembling, horrible fear.

The notion of being found out.

Finally, I arrive, my destination is met.
I’ll sit alone in the corner.
There's nothing more I need to say.
While I download porn at the cyber cafe.


© 2008 Lloyd

Author's Note

The last line was the thought, the rest was the fill-in.

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This is a provocative piece. The internet and digital technology has made it a beautiful world for the casual wanker. I have to laugh because I am always questioning my friends about downloading when the wife ain't around. They very rarely admit, at least in any detail, adventures in porndom. But I know that most of them are checkin it and more. It didn't become the largest online industry because nobody likes it! So here is the thought provoked for me:
Where did all the shame come from? Are we really shameful? Should I see my Pastor? Or just wash my hands more frequently?
Us older guys are always afraid our dead Grandmas can see us. The digital generation could not care less.

Posted 16 Years Ago

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Added on April 13, 2008
Last Updated on April 14, 2008



Sacramento, CA

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