Friday, March 29, 2019

Smile for the Camera. by Heidi Blakeslee



the books
on this madness
were tossed out a few decades ago (1984 & the lot)

no science fiction could account
for the people fighting back
passively
by having more cameras
than the government

the official
surveillance state largely ignored
by the people

the revolution will be filmed
by fifteen year olds
and posted to youtube within
the hour

we’re just waiting for the phones
to
charge




Heidi Blakeslee writes from Ambridge, Pa.  She lives with James and her seven cats.  She has been featured on "Winedrunksidewalk.blogspot.com," "Nixes Mate Review," and "Live Nude Poems."  Her most recent novel, "The House" was published through Alien Buddha.

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