Of all the fun I've ever had Almost all I've never told you From hitting dab pens To sneaking out with friends Almost all I've never told you Following the trends Meeting random boys Listening to the devils tempting voice Crashing in hotel rooms for the night To staying up with a boy till the sunlight My phone holding all the photos I've taken I've never shown you But you never knew, never found out about The times I don't want to forget You don't know about them yet And my only regret out of all of it Is that I can't tell you one bit
Facebook gave us a new look Addicted to reading people's lives Forgetting that we have ours to problematize
Messenger connected us to strangers Being indulged in chatting with them Dis-remembering those people, People that are not virtual, People that you have to catch up to
Twitter lets it all out, Our problems, our thoughts, our whines, our woes But while using twitter, you overlooked those around you Those who're willing to listen to you Those who can actually help you
Instagram lets us share photos with our loved ones Photos where everyone looked delighted and felicitous Photos that are pretentious Only on photos do they seem happy But in real life, they're constantly neglecting, Neglecting and taking each other for granted
Why do we let social media measure our worth? Is it really worthy? Is it really that worthy to be connected to those who are far from you, While sacrificing those people you love who are near you?
Social media companies Swear it's you they want to please They badly want for you to see That they value privacy And that there are several strictures On who can see your posts and pictures.
You think your profile is secure You're satisfied until you hear That they sell your information To advertising corporations.
Every post that you've spent time on pictures, videos you had your eye on They save it all for using later And say "It's ONLY metadata!"
They as good as have a list Of content that you can't resist And knowing full well what you like With custom ads they duly strike! They desperately want you to keep scrolling So they can see the money roll in. And their ethics will be forfeited So advertisers can be profited.