Treasure Island

smriti chhibber


television


To Say Tv Is A Small Thing
But It Can Make You Dance And Sing
If You Watch It Will Put You In Doubt
Is It A Box Or A World There Out
Just The Same Happened With Me
Nothing Pleased Me Instead Of Tv
All The World Seemed Boring
In All Other Works I Would Be Snoring
Very Soon I Started Loving Television
So Much So That I Started Losing My Vision
My Eyes Became Dark And Sore
Now I Could Not Watch Tv Any More
My World Met Its Doom
When I Was Locked Up In My Room
Where No Television Was There
I Said To The Tv With Backward Stares
You Are Addictive Like Tobacco
I Can't Help It
I Am A Couch Potato

Submitted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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