Baidurya Mukherjee

Rookie (12/05/1995 / Kolkata)

Television


Day and Night my eyes I strain,
My parents feel you're a pain.
All The Time I squint and cry,
Gazing hard with my bleary eyes.

Mother Yells and father screams,
Everything passes as through a dream!
You Give me a severe headache,
Thanks to you, many medicines I have to take!

You affect my eyes, sight and vision,
You are a culprit, o television!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Edited: Friday, April 15, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Television by Baidurya Mukherjee )

  • Rookie Parth Parekh (3/27/2010 6:14:00 AM)

    nice 1...... television is maybe d sole reason my facial muscles have to bear the brunt of my spectacles......... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 317 Points Subbaraman N V (12/12/2007 6:41:00 AM)

    To a very great extent you are very much right! We must have a control! God be with you! (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 1,240 Points David Harris (12/2/2007 10:58:00 AM)

    Baidurya, I like your sense of humour as it is as quirky as mine. Nice read my friend and thanks for sharing it. Top marks by the way.
    David (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Poison 9901 (10/10/2007 4:18:00 AM)

    LOL, , , , to funny.
    Very nice read though
    'Keep on inking the Pages'
    Poison (Report) Reply

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