Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

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Every trade has a trick of its won for global survival;
For every trade only advertisement introduces goods;
Advertisement creates interest and makes a necessity of
All goods to the world which are otherwise unnecessary!

A vital role advertisement plays in all trades of the world;
Advertisement gives the knowledge and brainwashes men
To buy global goods of a brand with guarantee for durability
For a long period and makes the brand come to mind first!

All newspapers and magazines run mainly by advertisements;
TV programmes and Computer websites abound by them;
More than main serials and news advertisements catch attention;
And the time is taken more for them than for other matters!

So, nook and corner advertisements catch the eye of all categories;
Whether they see them or not it is immaterial to the programmers!

Submitted: Sunday, May 31, 2009

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  • Karla Bardanza (5/31/2009 11:43:00 AM)

    I guess Midia is the worst thing that exists.It induces to people to believe in things, to buy without thinking, to be a stupid capitalist! Great poem Friend! (Report) Reply

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