EVEN ROBOTS CRY (POETRY)

Even robots cry

To dance through a metals wave

To bend iron cast down

Built ships through this junk filled  parade

Awaiting rust

Standing still from yester years decay

Rainbows have rain

Rain has dirt

But robots have people

Who feel nothing

Even when they hurt

 

Even robots cry

 

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      1. While reading above pondering and thinking on the animation in the newer post, I found myself heading of to watch Miyazaki’s Laputa… It’s alive, a post a week can always keep things ticking over, and making use of mixed mediums will help most indeed.

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