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Poems About: TELEVISION

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  • 229.
    Romeos? I Hear They Died In The 50's

    Romeo, Romeo, where for art thee Romeos?
    I hear they all died after 1950

    Oh yes Romance is very much so dead read more »

    Luke Timms
  • 230.
    Mubarak Speaks Heartless

    Mubarak speaks heartless
    as dictator to manipulated slaves
    tells people he lied provokes
    to incite violence spits Mubarak stays. read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 231.
    One Week On: News Coverage

    Questions
    of respect
    perspective
    videos news read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 232.
    Enfants de Étoile

    Enfants de Étoile
    Belongs to the Mother star and Father star
    But they have a grandmother that is a Grandmother star and they have A Granfather that is the Grandfather star
    And they live in the star read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 233.
    White Noise Lullaby

    It’s nine in the evening,
    And it’s raining outside;
    I don’t hear any thunder. read more »

    Dyhanara Rios
  • 234.
    With Love to John

    With love to John
    I remember the day John Lennon died
    I stopped the car
    and inwardly cried read more »

    RICHARD PINKETT
  • 235.
    The Vanishing Children

    All over the yard, I’ve placed my
    Guns in the snow:
    My mother is drying the laundry in the clustering
    Aloe, read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 236.
    The Laundry In The Clustering Aloe

    All over the yard, I’ve placed my
    Guns in the snow:
    My mother is drying the laundry in the clustering
    Aloe, read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 237.
    No Eyes

    No eyes for beautiful talk,
    Or living beyond sight,
    Stung by the bees and wasps
    In flight from a tree or realm. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 238.
    time out.

    to set aside the radio,
    television, cups of tea,
    fags and chat. sever the finger
    of contact and easy content, read more »

    john o'connell
  • 239.
    Nothing

    Torn apart and the world cries out
    Too many wars to scream and shout
    A public made careless by television pictures
    Not worried by what they witness read more »

    Monkee Thompson
  • 240.
    Impatience

    Is it impatience or affluence
    To have as many cell phones,
    As many lap taps,
    As many music systems, read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
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