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Poems About: TELEVISION

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  • 349.
    Too Much ee

    Most people
    Live by the tongue
    Claiming "that is bizarre"
    Or strange read more »

    A.j. Binash
  • 350.
    Winter Afternoon

    In snow-covered backyard, garden is without bloom
    Lonely is my heart and silence pervades the room
    Frigid wind is forgetful
    Who is to knock on door today read more »

    Savita Tyagi
  • 351.
    To Be The Day

    This seemed to be the day
    They kept talking to me about—
    Without eyes—without a television
    The tourists and read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 352.
    Our Bedroom of Sky

    There is the mother
    Carousing in her grotto—
    There is the place filled
    With so many read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 353.
    In Their Dances of Airplanes

    Memories for a little while
    Look like words,
    Letters curled up for her in séances
    While my dog gets drunk with read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 354.
    The Curious Cow

    Every shots a shot
    you either miss your head
    hit the target
    or the coin is tails read more »

    Justin Tallman
  • 355.
    An Evening's View

    It was one evening
    Spent with you
    Now we are both
    Especially discreet read more »

    Angel A. Lockwood
  • 356.
    big pang

    Which ways go the windy with your relay
    The hours fly by they are always right
    You still don't believe in real-time web feeds
    Ancient television static is not safe as well read more »

    jonathan Juarez
  • 357.
    Big Other. Alternate Version

    My television wouldn't work.
    I went and bought Big Other.
    I watched the triumph of The Crows
    In splendid vivid colour. read more »

    douglas scotney
  • 358.
    OLUSOLA, SEGUN IPERU OGUN STATE.

    Olusola, Segun
    Patriarch called,
    Colossus called,
    Epitome called, read more »

    BUNMI OROGUN SAMUEL
  • 359.
    The Strange Visions

    Down to the slow plagiarisms—after the cats get tired
    Playing with their mice and visa-versa—
    Down to the open mouthed mailboxes of crepuscule—
    And the last tags of the fire around the dance— read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 360.
    The Televisions and The Christmas Trees

    Down to the slow plagiarisms—after the cats get tired
    Playing with their mice and visa-versa—
    Down to the open mouthed mailboxes of crepuscule—
    And the last tags of the fire around the dance— read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
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