Television Poems - Poems For Television

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  • 349.
    Sleepless in Portugal

    Late night television, a group of middleclass people
    discussing art and its funding, they are so very polite
    but only listen to their own voices; people, who make
    a living writing about poetry which sells better than
    writing it; nevertheless they are my only company this
    long night, one of the men tries to control the erection
    he gets when looking at the nice woman in red dress.

    I have turned the sound down no need to hear what
    they are say, gentlefolk but I do wish there had been
    a scruffy artist there as well, to livening the proceeding
    up, but often artistic people are not nice they have
    no patience, not really in a group of bright people who
    have gone to university, have a degree in something or
    other, and work in the talking industry.

    Commercial break, I turn the sound back up, a smooth
    talking man has a cure all pill, tells us the medical
    industry tries to ignore his wonder drug because it will
    make it redundant. Artful mendacity there is an absence
    of shame; his sidekick, a woman, who wears so much
    make-up, feign to interview him. Soon it will be morning,
    and the talking and pretence on the TV will be forgotten. read more »

  • 350.


    My sister’s was the first in our street to buy TV, read more »

  • 351.

    The windows darkened
    Door blocked
    Telephone cord pulled
    Television blackened read more »

  • 352.
    What If

    What If

    What if there were no television? read more »

  • 353.
    Armchair Quarterback ~ Tanka

    Armchair Quarterback

    Television is his game read more »

  • 354.
    pome written past midnight

    Everywhere I turn,
    movies, magazines, televisions,
    I’m told stories
    of childless couples read more »

  • 355.
    'Sunday Morning'

    The television show
    Hosted by Charles Kuralt
    And now Charles Osgood
    Is a weekly meditation read more »

  • 356.
    Switching Channels

    Your soft television words
    were mapped
    in a mosaic
    I could not read, read more »

  • 357.
    Poem Hunter Oasis

    I’ve been trudging and stumbling through the barren wilderness
    for years and years holding onto my mind.
    In this unhelpfull barren land there is only television,
    some of them have a couple dozen channels to view. read more »

  • 358.
    Is This Progress?

    As I watch TV every now and then I’m transported back to a time long ago
    When the world was a little bit simpler, when everything moved kind of slow. read more »

  • 359.
    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 »

  • 360.
    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 »

New Television Poems

  1. Sedina, Edward Kofi Louis
  2. Bears and More Bears or A Day of Bears, Glen Eker
  3. The Publicist, Deborah Eker
  4. In Black And White., michael walker
  5. Leave The T.V. Off, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  6. A Quarrel, Udaya R. Tennakoon
  7. Ancient mythologies and Verses Holy, Md. Asadullah
  8. television, smriti chhibber
  9. Poem For Wisconsin, Matthew Zapruder
  10. Living In The Heights., Douglas McClarty
  11. Coming Back To Home Earlier, Palas Kumar Ray
  12. Realizing Luck, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  13. Televisual Me, Matthew Holloway
  14. Tendulkar's Hundredth Ton, S.D. TIWARI
  15. Television, Pierre Rausch
  16. Things We Don't Need, Morgan Michaels
  17. Entertainment, Meenaxi Pandey
  18. Part Of The Documentary, Edward Kofi Louis
  19. My Weekend Special, kfm Productions
  20. Boredom, Avery Hage
  21. To Whom It May Concern, Ponniah Ganeshan
  22. Y/ Tuning in, Aufie Zophy
  23. Family-today, gajanan mishra
  24. Imagining, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  25. My House, Hardik Vaidya
  26. Living In a Television, anteaus berryhill
  27. Hips got Soul, Ranis Thomas III
  28. Television, Shaun William Hayes
  29. Egypt's New TV Channel, Vinod Sharma
  30. Closedown, Sally Evans
  31. Alternating Time-Scales, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  32. Sweet Silence, Cody Klinker
  33. The real drug, andrew watson
  34. Television Takes Control, Paula Glynn
  35. Your Nude Knees, Robert Rorabeck
  36. Boredom, Bernadeth Tolentino
  37. Television Is Not Your Friend (Television), R.K. Cowles
  38. i need a dog, kellen davis
  39. Tahrir Square Shrouded In Smoke Teargas .., Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  40. Television, Ilania Cyaalá
  41. TELEMANIACO / TELE MANIAC, Ramiro 2 Burgos
  42. ENSOÑACION / INSIDE DREAMS, Ramiro 2 Burgos
  43. ENSOÑACION / INSIDE DREAMS, Ramiro Hernán Burgos
  44. - Me Telly's On The Blink: : Humour, Alessandra Liverani
  45. Television, Binoy Barman
  46. Memory Bag, Sneha Murali
  47. What If, Elude Most
  48. wear, otteri selvakumar
  49. mystic chord, gershon hepner
  50. Maintaining Peace with Ease, Venkatesh M. R.
  51. T. V, ankur ankur
  52. - We Didn't! : : Humour, Alessandra Liverani
  53. Can't Escape The Cooking, Reshma Ramesh
  54. A Guiding Light is No More, Joe Rosochacki
  55. Television, Amy Gibbs
  56. TV Guide, Jordan Crider
  57. TV, Brian McBrand
  58. Television., Paul Butters
  59. A Bit o' Fun!, Fay Slimm
  60. The Things We Love, Zach McAuliffe
  61. Charlie Rose Has a Chuckle, Bill Grace
  62. The Days I Let Slip Away, Beth Ann
  63. Breaking News, Angelica Duardo
  64. This damn television, Randy Johnson
  65. entertainment, danielle bennett
  66. today, khoirun niam
  68. Number 8, James Clive
  69. Television, Gary Diamond
  70. Technology, Chizom Okpara
  71. My dreams, Christa Rhodes
  72. Fairytales Are Alive And Well In Tales L.., Margaret Alice
  73. A Week From Today, Lore Me34
  74. Sonnet 4, Anthony Parker
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