The Erotic Engineer
The Erotic Engineer
Within the environment of
one encounters demanding
Ultra sound communication,
high resolution optical encounters,
define this rather
goofy proto-type stage.
The interconnection protocols
specifically tailored to this operation
contains an internal implementation
with automatic calibration:
cutaneous sensors GO
multi-media sensors GO
texture map sensors GO
torque sensors GO
In augmented real time,
The force feed back structures
Act as a toolkit
Their virtual sidearms
Are magic enough to surprise
but not shock. Oscillations.
This was posted for Monday Morning Writing Prompt – Alliteration. Well, I hope this has enough alliteration for this prompt. I think it does. Even though the guy in the pic is not an engineer, close enough, he’s a Computer Engineer, and I thought it was amusing.
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Photo credit Computer Science Rocks
Posted on October 23, 2011, in http://sundayscribblings.blogspot.com/, Monday Morning Writing Prompt, Poetry, Sunday Scribblings and tagged Bill Gates, calibration, communication, computer, cutaneous, engineer, erotic, functionality, goofy, implementation, microsoft, monday morning writing prompt, optical, oscillations, proto-type, resolution, sunday scribblings, synchronicity. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.
Weeelll! Title: tick. Multi-media: tick. Internal implementation: tick. Force-feed: tick. I award a PASS for this fun poem.
Bravo! I was tempted to come and see what you did when I saw your comment on Victoria’s post for today. Well done … 😉
Thanks. I hope you read more of my work. Please follow.
funny- your poems are gems! Keep ’em coming!
Such a fun one, Bat-Ami. One of the things I like most about it is the subtlety of the alliteration that allows it to be effective without being over-bearing. Thanks for sharing this.
BTW, I am having some challenges with my laptop…do you suppose he could drop by and help?
Definitely good fun. Nice piece, thanks
I`m not really a nerd,but that was really good,Tammy
ha, but engineering has its own intimacy..all those sensors so little time you know…smiles. fun piece…
This looks as though it was great fun to write. What is more it is very impressive.
Love it! I know someone who talks in technospeak – I must show him this!