Poets logo

Telephone

by Jason White 29 days ago in vintage

an original poem

Telephone

Do you remember when we talked on the phone all the time?

We couldn't wait to get home

So we could pick up that phone

And talk to each other about nothing at all.

Our parents would bitch and moan

Because we saw each other just before.

We would hear how it isn't good to spend so much time.

And when I was out with my friends

I would lose some of the quarters meant to check-in

Just to say, "I love you", one more time.

Do you remember those days?

Those days, we would talk?

When we valued each other?

About Jason White

Jason White is a father, a grandfather, knowledge seeker and sharer. Jason is the owner of Growth Positive Consulting where he puts his fundraising and management skills to great use. He is a writer, a woodworker, and a philanthropist. Find him here:

Facebook: @JasonLWhiteAuthor

Twitter: @ChiiMakwa

Instagram: @Chii_Makwa

Patreon

Blog

vintage
Jason White
Jason White
Read next: Poem: New Life
Jason White

Jason White is a father, a grandfather, knowledge seeker and sharer. Jason is the owner of Growth Positive Consulting where he puts his fundraising and management skills to great use. He is a writer, a woodworker, and a philanthropist.

See all posts by Jason White