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Enter At Your Own Risk

Updated on March 3, 2011

the internet is a dangerous world
where one can be easily duped.
all who venture into its domain
are not a quality group.

whatever one says in cyber-world
is not easily verified
predators linger behind the scenes
yet, not identified.

motives are hidden behind keyed words
that only the speaker can see...
the naive and trusting, so vulnerable
a predator's sweet repartee.

the internet is a dangerous world
it behooves all who venture within
to enter with caution at your own risk
here truth is so easy to spin.

"Copyright 2011, All Rights Reserved."


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    • No_Clue profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      Let me tell you, the net is a dangerous place for the naive of heart...alot of sick folks behind the experience, anyway. Thank you, once again, BeyondMax! I appreciate you!

    • BeyondMax profile image


      6 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      How cool! Yet so scary, but so so true! You never know who is out there looking at you...

    • No_Clue profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      saddlerider, we all need reminding sometimes...where there is a web...there is usually a spider! Thank you for your insightful comment!

    • saddlerider1 profile image


      7 years ago

      Power, technology can be a dangerous thing, the Internet is alive and can eat you up if you let it. It's vices are real, one can have practically anything they desire by simply typing in a word in search and VOILA you have what your looking for. So beware tread very carefully young and old alike. Thank you for the reminder.

    • No_Clue profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      attemptedhumour, i truly think it is worse than most of us even realize...exactly like a "cobra coiled to strike" the most innocent and unsuspecting who can easily fall prey to the dangerous minds that use the internet to their own devices! many thanks for the read and thoughtful comment!

    • attemptedhumour profile image


      7 years ago from Australia

      Like a Cobra coiled to strike, we are its prey, unless we are eternally vigilant. A useful, beautifully worded, reminder.

    • thebluestar profile image

      Annette Donaldson 

      7 years ago from Northern Ireland

      Scary thought of having no control over ones privacy, but hey, we all go there don't we? Why?

    • strange_character profile image


      7 years ago from Planet Earth

      I like this alot and very true. Your use of poetry, enlightening, knowledgable and intriguing.

    • No_Clue profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      Thanks Doug! I so appreciate your comment!

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      Doug Turner Jr. 

      7 years ago

      Well spoken, no clue. Darkness dwells in the shadows of the internet. Great write. Cheers.

    • No_Clue profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      thank you, epigramman.

    • epigramman profile image


      7 years ago

      .........what evil lurks in the hearts and minds of men .....well only the shadow knows ......... do you remember that opening introduction from an old radio progam called The Shadow?

      Yes you words are so thought provoking in your well-penned morality tale ......and there is no risk here by the way - just great writing!!

    • No_Clue profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      so true, CMCastro!

    • CMCastro profile image

      Christina M. Castro 

      7 years ago from Baltimore,MD USA

      It took me a long time to do anything on the internet. Thank God for the Antivirus programs which identify threats and monitor for potential viruses. But still, you have to be discreet what lies before the eyes.

    • No_Clue profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      You are so right! Thanks for reading and commenting!

    • Stigma31 profile image


      7 years ago from Kingston, ON

      It is worse than we think. I just recently moved and prior to this I was chatting to someone on one of those dating sites. With only her first name and a picture from the site I was able to find her full name. Where she went to highschool, what her job was. A club she belonged too. Now, with that information if I was a crazed person what could I do?

    • lyjo profile image


      7 years ago

      A little scary isn't it? Take care!

    • Shelvajay profile image


      7 years ago from If You Know Me Personally, You Know Where I Am...



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