Amy Gibbs

(5/12/98)

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,
I cant believe you kids,
Are putting all your bids,
On the televisions, why?
Why dont we just say bye...
Get rid of them now!
I bet you cant see how,
Because there hypnotising you,
And there telling you what to do,
Those channels like BBC 2,
What invented who?
ITV1, ITV2, CHANNEL 4,
What more?
I hate them, I do,
Like Dave+2
I cant believe you all,
Those big things, small and tall,
Adults, take respect,
Dont give up and collect,
So now you know why to put them in the bin,
Overwise those televisions will win!

Submitted: Saturday, April 18, 2009
Edited: Saturday, April 18, 2009

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