Thursday, December 17, 2015

The Augmented Chamberlain

Meet the rarefied makers of a software aware enough
to sell an island to every war, a story to every studio.
They aim to normalize holograms, such as the glass pilots

that developers polished for Communist Airlines.
I expect higher possibilities for my similar half,
to bring my half respects and experiences,

to restore my journalistic interest,
to be my cold royalty.
However, I think I see a ray of hostility.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

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