Waiting for the Tweet of Doom

The Day of Judgment dawned
on, let us say, a late spring morn
in Eighteen Forty-Three. @2:28 am.

The issue is not to be argued.
The information may be Googled.
Then the information Googlee

may become the information
Googler and Google me.
Then we will both know.

Then the info-Googler will Tweet
to her/his Tweeties and the Tweeties
will Tweet to the World,

and the World will know. Tweeters
will buzz (for if a Tweeter can buzz,
what can a Tweeter not do?)

and Truth will flow like amber.
April 27, to be precise, @2:28 am
in Eighteen Forty-Three.

Richard Fenton Sederstrom was raised and lives in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and the North Woods of Minnesota. Sederstrom is the author of seven books of poetry, his newest book, Icarus Rising, Misadventures in Ascension, published by Jackpine Writers' Bloc, was released last winter. Read other articles by Richard Fenton.