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The Facebook Poem

Poetry By: Staplink

A poem about Facebook

Submitted:Nov 1, 2011    Reads: 45    Comments: 5    Likes: 2   

Facebook is a weird virtual place

Where people say things they'd dare not say to your face

I've seen wives as young as seven

And Facebook husbands as young as eleven

There are what I call Facebook ghosts

Who stay offline and leave their wall dormant the most

Contrary to that are those morons who change their profile pic everday

And others who blow up my homepage with stuff as lame as gay

This includes everyone stupid prom, homecoming, and halloween pics

But they are all annoying like a school full of pricks

Wait… those are the ones blowing up my Facebook wall

Sometimes I have to keep refreshing the homepage to avoid the ugly pics in a whole

Poking people is interesting - it's virtual flirting

But a guy better not poke me he'll find himself hurting

Cuz that's not just weird, it's queer

Go get a hangover from chugging a beer

Oh, and one more thing, the annoying people on chat

Always asking me the same stupid questions like 'where you be at?'

So I force myself to calm down and give the same answer

Yes, Facebook is one strange freelancer


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