“In the future,
all parts of the body and brain,”
the professor beamed
at his rapt audience
“will be replaceable.”

“PROMAN will pursue
his ever-adjustable programs
He will affix to and discard from
his body, as required,
all that is in need of renewal.”

"He will function faultlessly
as per The Blueprint.
‘Imperfect’ man and ‘polluted’ Earth
will at last be done with.”

“Does that mean there’ll be no more
Father Xmas?” a student asked, aghast.
“Sorry,” the professor dourly replied;
“no chimneys likely.”
~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Posted: Jan 17

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Comments (1)

Interesting thoughts on the future,
I like the anti carbon ending. grin
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