Poems About: TELEVISION
Poems on / about :
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349.Our Bedroom of Sky
There is the mother
Carousing in her grotto—
There is the place filled
With so many read more »Bret R. Crabrooke
350.In Their Dances of Airplanes
Memories for a little while
Look like words,
Letters curled up for her in séances
While my dog gets drunk with read more »Bret R. Crabrooke
351.The Curious Cow
Every shots a shot
you either miss your head
hit the target
or the coin is tails read more »Justin Tallman
352.Elbows of The Garden
Elbows of the garden stretch cantankerously
As I try to look at you from
The corner of my eye—
Brown skinned Mexican, beautiful girl we read more »Bret R. Crabrooke
Watching television as cameras pan across the crowd, highlighting special friends and families in their sorrow.
Bruce Haffner, the last of the three amigos, celebrating the life of his best friends as he touched upon their senses of humor, making everyone smile or laugh.
As a camera hovered for a moment on Jim's parents, his mother's smile reflected that of Jim's.
A special gift to treasure every time she looks in the mirror - Jim's smile is fashioned after hers. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
354.Their Open Hearted Displays
I drink from my living room—
It's as small as a shell—
With the television off, and all of the
Lights, read more »Bret R. Crabrooke
355.The Anger Behind The Swing Of This Axe
With every swing of this well worn axe.
I'm thinking of you.
The anger burns right through.
Images flash across my brain. read more »Ace Of Black Hearts
today suddenly I woke up from deadness read more »lovita j r morang
357.The Next Generation
(STARDATE 45122.3. The sensors aboard the Starship Enterprise have detected a subspace anomaly. The nature of the anomaly is as yet unknown, but Commander Data has reported a slight drain on the warp core generator. Captain Jean Luc Picard has alerted the senior crew members to keep him informed of any changes and meanwhile continue on course to the colony on Aldebaran III)
“It must mean we’re really getting old when the only thing we talk about is television, ” I say to Bobby. He sits across from me, the flickering colors from the TV screen playing across his face, the dim light illuminating the room like a lunar landscape. read more »Theresa Haffner
The most important thing we've learned,
So far as children are concerned,
Is never, NEVER, NEVER let
Them near your television set -- read more »Roald Dahl
359.Mothers Dilemma Families Delight
It never fails you see,
With my family and me.
All are relaxed. read more »Evelyn Bush