Poems About: TELEVISION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
There you pray again waiting for your god
A belief you have worshipped for too long
What is it that you really want to know?
Whinning and whinning for forgiveness... read more »David Joel Rodriguez
326.Tender Box For Banshees
Brown as a tender box for banshees:
And the ageless alligators resting beside the firehouse
With grins as old as death,
The housewives took their stark white children to to read more »Robert Rorabeck
327.The Ethereal Turnstiles
Resins over the four corners of the earth, and
Mexican hands picking watermelons- supposing this was
Always where they were meant to show up:
Busses leaving high schools and disappearing down familiar read more »Robert Rorabeck
328.Trans-placement of sex.
Breasts were kept out of sights;
Cleavage grew prominent.
Groins were hidden with clothes;
Naval became distinct. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
329.My Victorious Nation
My space is taken to be correct,
The database makes chairs and helped
Me forming a television of despair.
The boldness and ailment carried me read more »Naveed Akram
330.The Calls of A Sunny Winter
Laughing through the calls of a sunny winter:
The sun is leaping like a pony, rambunctiously stealing away
From any gods that it ever knew
In its young life, while last night I saw the brown reservoirs read more »Robert Rorabeck
331.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
332.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)
333.One Week On: News Coverage
videos news read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
334.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
335.Get a Life! !
I suppose you think you're clever
Writing night and day,
But poetry will never
Be worth it's while and pay. read more »John Thorkild Ellison
There are as many rooms
And as many televisions
As there are family members
In the growing economy. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.