Poems About: TELEVISION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
On Ghana Television some seventeen years ago
I was aged probably four or so
Each while Mandela will come and go
The song Freedom Is Coming Tomorrow read more »Benjamin Paa Willie
Today, I told myself I'd returned to normal
Whatever that means
I concluded this by the fact
that I had actually completed read more »Sara Fielder
351.In The Parking Lot
Another viewing's slowness: it looks as if the dead
Are on television,
And she is waking up, dressing in fireworks that will
Persimmon off her body in a two for one sale— read more »Robert Rorabeck
Couches consume hoards of drones In there dying rooms In square 'homes'
Television sucks them in
Lost souls dreaming of what could have been
And yes I still dream while awake read more »Jeffrey Barnes
353.Robbers of time
What robbers rob can be recovered.
The time robbed cannot be retrieved.
Cell phones, televisions and computers
Are robbers that steal time all the time. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
Be my guest
We'll talk forever
Tell me everything read more »jonathan Juarez
355.OLUSOLA, SEGUN IPERU OGUN STATE.
Epitome called, read more »BUNMI OROGUN SAMUEL
Which ways go the windy with your relay
The hours fly by they are always right
You still don't believe in real-time web feeds
Ancient television static is not safe as well read more »jonathan Juarez
357.Big Other. Alternate Version
My television wouldn't work.
I went and bought Big Other.
I watched the triumph of The Crows
In splendid vivid colour. read more »douglas scotney
so it seems,
focusing on read more »Jacqueline Czel
359.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 »Robert Rorabeck
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