Phones

Phones

Mylie Boyd

Phones are a part of our lives

But our lives are not a part of phones

If phones are a constant in our lives

Then we are more connected with them than people

Just because you can text someone

Doesn’t mean you can talk to them in person

A camera lens is a modifier

A screen you can hide behind

A phone is a material item that captures memorable moments that a brain can’t

The screen provides light in dark

Sheds music to our ears

Lets us relive a moment our body’s can’t

So are phones more valuable than a person?

Should our lives rely on a sole item?

Or should we take the time to remember them from our eyes?

Should we get the courage to talk to the girl/guy in person?

Or should we hide behind the screen?