Friday, March 10, ’17
The flick of a switch, the click of a mouse,
Electricity zooming all through your house.
So Wednesday winds blew with mind-numbing force,
In turn making lives stray a li’l bit off course.
Schedules twisted as without-power problems amounted,
We had to choose, in daylight, to do what truly counted
Around the house, rather than internet or TV attraction,
Arose the lost art of human interaction.
With much time to think, as life’s priorities are in your mind dissected,
Would you rather be with people, or power, connected?