|I found this poem to be timely and very interesting, as I have had similar questions about the direction in which society seems to be going. I found the images powerful, and my favorite line is "pale glazed faces in waiting rooms gaze/at screens where cockroaches take to the stage".
The first lines of the poem are also especially arresting, about our children "marred by coin slots on the bridge of their nose". I found it very sad, but yet interwoven well with satire. I also liked the question at the end, as it challenges the reader to think more about the human condition.
The only "improvement" type of comment that I could share (from one reader's perspective) is that in the fourth stanza I wondered if "public service announcement" might be shortened or replaced by another word that flowed a little more with the previous three lines? The first three flowed together so nicely that in the fourth line I found I was hoping for a word that not necessarily needed to rhyme with but which was similar to "Klein".
Overall, I found the poem to be an excellent wake-up call for where our society is headed if we continue along the same path.