My Phone and I

Starting my weekend with a good laugh by Frank.

Frank Solanki

Mom and dad are not too pleased

I’m spending too much time with my phone

They asked me to get some exercise

I told them to leave me alone

Mom thinks I should do my homework

My grades are crashing down

If I don’t make it through school

I’ll end up as a circus clown

Mom also thinks she’s very funny

That I’ve inherited that bone

But I do not agree with that

Neither does my phone

Dad says that I’m a bum

I barely move a muscle

I’m too lazy to argue that

I could beat him in a tussle

He really shouldn’t criticize

What he cannot understand

He would never realize

My phone is my only friend

Mom and dad are not too pleased

I’m spending too much time with my phone

They asked me to get some exercise

So I untangle my earphones

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