internet manufactured self-esteem: a haiku

self-worth should not be
measured in likes or comments
on published content.

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6 thoughts on “internet manufactured self-esteem: a haiku

  1. So true! I do deeply appreciate those who read and comment on my posts, but I’m not going to throw a pity party for myself if I don’t get 100 page views a day (seriously, when have I ever gotten 100 page views in a day?) I’m just happy that I’ve gotten to meet great people like you here, Samantha! As for Twitter, I’m mostly silent there, because I’ve decided I’m not nearly clever enough for it. 😀

    • That’s exactly how I feel about it, Miranda! 😀 It’s been an awesome way to meet new writer friends & read quality work — we have our online workshop, even if all of us live in different places! & that is nonsense about Twitter!!

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