Spam: A satire on E-Sex: a satre on spam

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This is book is only for adults. Spam has stirred up the set up of the software specialists and is posing persistent and perennial problem pertaining to profession of Internet. According to data collected on the menace of spam, it costs businesses of wastage around the world about $10billion a year to deal with. This estimate incorporates the time it takes the people to delete the messages, the cost of buying larger email servers and storage systems to cope with in-boxes flooded with the messages and the cost of having staff to get rid of networks overloaded by spam. Even more fatal and endangering is the innocent children falling victim to porn-spam which is 85% of total spams sent or received. This figure itself shows that, in the era of computer, it seems very difficult to keep the child away from danger in disguise. Initially when I was unaware of why and whereabouts of spam, I used to read each and every spam with avid interest. Many times I was on the verge of being swindled and cheated though it’s another thing every time I have had miraculous or narrow escape. Interestingly and surprisingly, in the course of reading these spams, a sudden idea had cropped up in my mind and I decided to write a satire to make a mockery of spammers. At many places I have to exaggerate and manipulate the theme to make the poem more arresting, interesting and satiric. The main motive behind writing this poem is to bring entertainment and enlightenment to the life, ridden with long line of pressure, stress, tension, anxiety and depression. I apologizes the readers for using some erotic and pornographic terminologies but they stand nowhere vis-à-vis online pornography with which people encountered and confronted with. All the characters, places or incidents are fictitious in this poem and bear no resemblance with anybody living or dead.

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Vivekanand Jha is a poet and research scholar from Darbhanga, Bihar, India. He is composing poems on contemporary and relevant themes. He is also performing Ph. D on the poetry of the noted Indian English poet Jayanta Mahapatra from Lalit Narayan Mithila University Darbhanga . He is son of noted professor, poet and award winning translator Dr. Rajanand Jha (Crowned with Sahitya Akademi Award, New Delhi). His works have been widely published in the magazine round the world like P & W (Poetry and Writing), Danse Macabre, Vox Poetica, Tribal Soul Kitchen, Winamop, Literature India, Mother Bird, Retort Magazine, Holy Rose Review(HRR), Munyori Poetry Journal, Flutter Literary Journal, Taylor: Prose & Poetry, The Fullosia Press, Eclectica Magazine, Write Between the Lines, The Adirondack Review, Eudaimonia Poetry Review, World Audience Publishers, Fresh Literary Magazine, Cliterature, Spoken War, Inclement Poetry Magazine, World Salad Poetry Magazine, South Jersey Underground, Mississippi Crow Magazine, Pink Mouse, Censored Poets, Reflections, Future Earth Magazine, Pandora's Imagination, Pennsylvania Literary Journal, Cantaraville Quarterly Magazine, Locust Magazine, Carpe Articulum Literary Review, Bonny Berries. His other books of poetry are: 1. Hands heave to harm and hamper 2. My Poems Falter & Fall. 3. Songs of Innocence & Adolescence 4. Time Moves Clockwise Only. Apart from that his research articles have published in various antholigies and poems have published in following five anthologies: The War Against War Anthology, Anthology of Canadian Stories IV, Anthology on the theme of America, We come from one place: an anthology, and Savant 2010 Anthology.

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