I’m the future- May speculative fiction # writing prompt

My heart doesn’t bleed anymore

It’s a circuited bread board

Integrated circuits instead of veins

Resistance and capacitors running brains

my technical intellect has exponential GB memory

My megapixel vision is extremely sensory

But my receptors are not gregarious

They were always machine programmed precarious

My emotions are artificial intelligence

I’m a humanoid with diligence

My Tear fluids are only sodium chloride

I might be flimsy or fragile

But I’m the future

Officially here! Sooner!

Written for:- May speculative fiction # writing prompt

Published by Daisy

I write whenever ideas crunch and overwhelme me! It's my reaction outpour.

13 thoughts on “I’m the future- May speculative fiction # writing prompt

  1. Thanks so much for taking up the prompt. This poem feels both celebratory of the future and so sad at the loss of what makes us human – the emotional depth. Well done! I’m sharing in order of receipt and have added your poem to the list! Thanks again for playing. 🙂

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      1. Last month there were over 70, Daisy, so it’s hard to catch them all. But you’re welcome to read as many as you want, and it is a great way to connect with other writers and poets. I try to mix up the images, and hope you keep an eye out for June’s and play again!

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  2. Wow! That’s humongous response! This is definitely a great platform to share your writings n get to read what others have been up to!! I’m definitely going to follow your prompts henceforth 😊

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