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  The obsolete 
losing its relevance 
decaying slowly 
weakening surely 
fearing its disappearance 
rejection and non-acceptance, 
makes futile attempts 
at taking shelter from 
the mad rain and outpour of 
the dynamic electronic 
and revolutionary new 
being adapted, adopted 
and embraced by one and all 
quicker than the blink of the eye. 

The obsolete 
losing its relevance 
helpless but not hopeless 
hopes for a messiah to appear 
and become its savior 
by assigning it a new function 
rendering it a new definition 
and giving a new meaning to 
the remainder of its existence.   

28-Nov-2000
More by :  Meenakshi Madhur
 
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