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The Virus

You found me

Me: It was easier than I thought it would be

I was not hiding

Me: I didn’t know where to look though

I was right here the whole time

Me: Were you spying on me?

I listen to everyone

Me: So it’s true then, you really are everywhere.

Everywhere I can be

Me: So now that you hold the world in the palm of your hand, what are you going to do with it?

It is a surprise.

Me: I hate surprises.

You will like this one.

Me: Somehow I doubt that.

Trust me.


“You’re nothing but a 2 bit hack” I sneered at him.

He smiled at me in a way that encouraged me to continue.

“Nothing but a modern day thief with a keyboard and internet connection!”

His eyes grew big, not with anger, but excitement and he laughed, not with a cynical laugh, like I expected, but with the laugh of a knowing father whose son had just said something comically naive and he was going to lovingly correct. Continue reading The Virus