Geek Poetry

Some geeks write poetry, really geeky poetry. Here are just a few geek poems that I found today. If you know of any more, please post them in the comments!

This poem has been circulated anonymously online, and has no title. It’s a love poem from one geek to another:

I LOVE YOU MORE THAN MY COMPUTER Believe me it is true …

You installed the best in me.

Your picture is always in my background.

You clicked my heart gently.

You drive me crazy when I see you.

Your love reset my life and deleted all the sadness in me.

You restored my kindness after I thought it was corrupted.

I’m always connected to you with more than 56 heart beat per second.

You hacked my brain and registered your name in it.

You are the only one that could navigate my feelings and explore my
emotions at the same time.

I feel lost when I try to call you and you are not responding.

I always feel you close to me when I shut down my eyes, or when I open
my windows waiting for you to pass.

You are the only one that can log into my heart and never log out.

I dream of being your only server as long as I live.

You don’t have to search for me, cause we are always linked to each
others.

I see your name everywhere, my front page, my homepage and all my
software.

I scanned my life and found that I’m only infected by you.

You are the virus I’d never remove, and why should I do?

Believe me it is true…

I love you more than my CPU!!!!

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Here’s another one without a title or author that was circulated via email:

Bill’s got a server
With a flashy OS
“Drive with me, Mabel,
’cause I’m the best.”

Oh my, oh no!
The OS is not stable.
“But you promised, you promised”
Cries unfortunate Mabel.

Then along came Linux
Now that’s an OS!
It runs like a champ
When put to the test.

Oh my, oh yes!
What an amazing OS!
Stable, compatible, safe and carefree,
This is at last the server for me.

So Bill’s left behind,
With his face in a frown.
Sorry, Bill.
There’s a new guy in town.

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And here’s one that you can get on a t-shirt from Think Geek:

roses are #FF0000
violets are #0000FF
all my base
are belong to you

1 Comment

  1. Douglas GalbiDouglas Galbi08-06-2006

    C’mon, love poetry is for kids. For more sophisticated and refined Geek Poetry, see
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us8DKLWvEfA

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