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In this page, poems on / about “television” are listed.

  • 109.
    A Window

    I view television as a window into the world which I have come to hate
    I view the silence when it's off as something to appreciate
    Despite advances in multiple fields of entertainment this beast persists
    The brain-rotting glow cube substituting denominator for greatness read more »

    Gary Diamond
  • 110.

    (While Watching Coffee Prince*)

    She feels love in just a touch, in every stare
    Even in every thought of the woman and man read more »

    Cheryl L. DaytecYañgot
  • 111.
    Watch Me Sleep, Will You?

    My father resigned to his bed
    And you know how I knew?
    He left the television vulnerable
    And what disturbed me was read more »

    Windsor Guadalupe Jr
  • 112.
    The Tail End

    I was 3 in the late sixties
    and the television blared
    in black and white an image
    of United States copters brought in read more »

    Charles Lara
  • 113.

    But a tree has
    a long suffering shapeIs
    spread in half
    by 2 limbed fate read more »

    Jack Kerouac
  • 114.
    The Chipmunk

    My friends all know that I am shy,
    But the chipmunk is twice and shy and I.
    He moves with flickering indecision
    Like stripes across the television. read more »

    Ogden Nash
  • 115.
    Dirty old fire

    Fire in my hair
    Fire in my eyes
    Fire between my thighs
    Thank you for the fire read more »

    Lindsay Crosby
  • 116.
    Early to bed and early to rise

    Early to bed and early to rise
    is a proverb said by elders,
    This is the time to study
    and remember your lessons; read more »

    Dr.V.K. Kanniappan
  • 117.
    Technology's light

    The radio blares,
    A signal of life.
    As I stir from my slumber,
    Waiting for strife. read more »

    Satan's Sibling
  • 118.
    Elephant Elephantitis

    The retired circus elephant
    with big lymph glands
    feels queasy
    feels uneasy read more »

    Kevin Rottweiler
  • 119.
    TV Addiction

    I recall when books were read
    Television's now watched instead
    Down the tube our culture's heading
    Brain paralysis is what it's spreading read more »

    Stanley Cooper
  • 120.
    Jet Planes

    I saw my little cousin today:
    I see them almost everywhere, at the movies,
    Waiting at home in front of the television,
    But I cannot hardly recognize them read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
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