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Poems About: TELEVISION

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  • 37.
    ALL THE MEMORIES I WILL KEEP ALIVE

    All the memories
    I will keep alive
    And I will
    Let it read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 38.
    today

    today


    in the television that morning read more »

    khoirun niam
  • 39.
    Boredom

    The flickering screen
    Of the television dims
    As my eyelids fall. read more »

    Bernadeth Tolentino
  • 40.
    My Weekend Special

    The fact is i would like to enjoy my weekend,
    by sitting at home & listening to rap music & watching television... read more »

    kfm Productions
  • 41.
    Can't Escape The Cooking

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    Reshma Ramesh
  • 42.
    Television

    That shiny, monstrous thing,
    That makes it look like its king,
    Its taking over us each day,
    So get rid of your television today, read more »

    Amy Gibbs
  • 43.
    - We Didn't! : : Humour

    They've been to the moon and back six times, no less
    Got dropped off and picked up, I was impressed
    For many years, I never questioned this outstanding feat
    Didn't even know others thought there had been a deceit read more »

    Alessandra Liverani
  • 44.
    Y/ Tuning in

    All around us are radiowaves
    People without a radio may be not aware
    But even with a radio
    We hear only noise if not tuned in read more »

    Aufie Zophy
  • 45.
    The Days I Let Slip Away

    My days seem to be slipping away from me
    And no matter how much money
    I have I will never get those days back
    That I just let drift away read more »

    Beth Ann
  • 46.
    The real drug

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    andrew watson
  • 47.
    Di Vinci Airport, Roma July 1996

    Sitting in a leather seat,
    It is two in the morning read more »

    K Carlton Johnson
  • 48.
    A Week From Today

    A week from today it will be the sixth anniversary of the day the towers crumbled.
    A week from today the vivid pictures will flash across the television screen remind us of that day.
    A week from today mothers, fathers, sons, daughter, friends and even strangers will gather at ground zero and weep as they remember the death the saw that day.
    A week from today the President will get on television as we are grieving and remind us this is the reason we’re in Iraq. read more »

    Lore Me34
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