An excerpt from a poem that explores humanity’s relationship with machinery in this post-industrial age.
Tell the machines we honor their dead,distant cousins. Tell themwe tendered those cities to reposeout of respect for welded steel’sbygone era. —The Poetry Foundation
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On the other hand: “The Machines Mourn the Passing of People” by Alicia E. Stallings: http://www.poemtree.com/poems/MachinesMourn.htm