Online Fatigue

purple leaf

The gulf between digital natives

and latecomers grows shorter

by the hour, our home

and work-life                   now accustomed

to strangers taking up space.

The need to feel, absorb the presence

of someone who cares no less

diminished, diluted


This original poem is about the gap we feel, as spiritual beings, between meeting in person, which authenticates and affirms who we are on felt and unseen levels and which meeting online cannot replicate. May you blessed with the presence of someone who cares for your soul this day.

Published by Dayna E. Mazzuca

Contemplative Christian Poet, Author & Speaker

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