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TELEVISION POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “television” are listed.

  • 361.
    In The Heavens

    I have a future and this isn’t Disney
    World:
    All of my friends can be counted on one hand
    That read more »

  • 362.
    April

    It is snowing
    even though we all thought spring had sprung
    up from the depths of our bookshelves
    and onto our laps. read more »

  • 363.
    From A Fountain Birthed of Mexico

    The calendars are fraudulent over my body-
    They say what time of the year it is,
    As if playing a game of cards- as the brown body of
    My muse, crossed over the thresholds again read more »

  • 364.
    Under One Sun

    I live in an alien land
    With an alien tongue read more »

  • 365.
    My Faults

    I have so many faults, I know it’s true
    I’m trying to correct them, but it’s hard to do. read more »

  • 366.
    I Want

    I don’t want to walk on the same roads
    Repeat slandered rituals
    To drink big black coffee without taste
    At the most frequented bar in the city read more »

  • 367.
    Loneliness of

    Honeycombed in the loneliness of a swell diatribe,
    My heart is half empty and a long
    Ways from home-
    And, if you’ve slept in all three of my beds, read more »

  • 368.
    Loneliness Of A Swell Diatribe

    Honeycombed in the loneliness of a swell diatribe,
    My heart is half empty and a long
    Ways from home-
    And, if you’ve slept in all three of my beds, read more »

  • 369.
    Between The Mangroves

    Honeycombed in the loneliness of a swell diatribe,
    My heart is half empty and a long
    Ways from home-
    And, if you’ve slept in all three of my beds, read more »

  • 370.
    Revolution

    I breath and live on the certainties of life's possibilities
    taking a breath of sigh while looking at the skies hoping to land
    my thoughts in a pool of love and realization as I overcome the puny atrocities
    of beelzebub and never looking back through the windows adorned with a sad past, it feels like my heart feeds on the light of my aspirations even though I still might need to replaced the bulb to enhance the visions through the rays it portrays, there is many ways to locate my destiny and mine was given and shown to me when I least expected the Gps of emancipation to pick up any signal, so there i stood probably amazed at how less confused i felt when my emotions crashed with disbelief, I looked outside the window and glanced at the dreams of those who followed its footprints with determination, I do things to be happy and stay alive in the photographs time decides to frame on generations thats still to come, my inspiration ranges from many sources and the main fuel obviously stems from those who follow the paths of reality seen through their minds eye, nothing can be more special than to be alive while enjoying the arduous effort leading to a life divine. read more »

  • 371.
    Billy my friend, the saint

    like ink on laminate, or an empty beach,
    my kisses are not kissed back.
    And in each rejection i think of my mother's dog,
    with a furtive smile on his face, preparing for play. read more »

  • 372.
    Local News

    ‘’Local news read all about it’’
    When you turn on your television to watch the news do you wonder why people do the stuff they do?
    Well I wonder
    Why young mothers and fathers do banned their on children’s read more »

New Television Poems

  1. Watching Reruns, Kyle Schlicher
  2. Dream World, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  3. Phil Hughes' Funeral, douglas scotney
  4. The Hillwalker, bryan wallace
  5. Bears and More Bears or A Day of Bears, Glen Eker
  6. The Publicist, Deborah Eker
  7. In Black And White., michael walker
  8. Seeing through the Fog, Donal Mahoney
  9. Reason, Elia Michael
  10. Leave The T.V. Off, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  11. A Quarrel, Udaya R. Tennakoon
  12. Ancient mythologies and Verses Holy, Md. Asadullah
  13. Pushy Cat, Dr. Prabir Acharjee Nayan
  14. Opium, Tony Adah
  15. Scathe, tolu ogundare
  16. Nothing More, Kyle Schlicher
  17. TV repeat, lee fones
  18. television, smriti chhibber
  19. Black Hat White Head Band, Charles Hice
  20. Softball Game, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  21. Lot more to see, hasmukh amathalal
  22. Porn Mags and Tabloid Television, Jeff Gangwer
  23. Come Rains, Prasanna Mishra
  24. My Erector Set / The Electron Guns, Jeff Gangwer
  25. Poem For Wisconsin, Matthew Zapruder
  26. Echoing Silence, Brittany Dawn Gray
  27. Living In The Heights., Douglas McClarty
  28. Postman Pat In His Monochrome Home, David Alexander Jackson
  29. Mollusca, stephane montfort
  30. Skateboarding Ghost, Liilia Talts Morrison
  31. Television, Tanya Ivanova
  32. Coming Back To Home Earlier, Palas Kumar Ray
  33. Haiku (Senryu) ~ Peace, Palas Kumar Ray
  34. Realizing Luck, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  35. The Job, Nika McGuin
  36. Stop To Play To Give, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  37. Daily routine version 1, swarangi patil
  38. Lonely Mess, Denis Martindale
  39. America's Sons, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  40. A Deepening Silence, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  41. Airing On Interior Screens, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  42. Everybody's Beautiful, RolfChristian Eichele
  43. The Wolves, Abdellatif Laâbi
  44. Not Wanting To Leave, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  45. Winter Visions, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  46. Alone And Lonely, Mohamedkhadar Yussuf
  47. Uncaring Attitudes, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  48. Live Band Wanted, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  49. Television 3000, Luke J. Holt
  50. Is This Progress?, Jim Yerman
  51. Televisual Me, Matthew Holloway
  52. Today I Will Be Watching Television Whol.., Aronno Islam
  53. God speaks in metaphors, AaI Harvey
  54. Tendulkar's Hundredth Ton, S.D. TIWARI
  55. Jungle Of Development, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  56. Out of sight - Eraserheads, opium lestre
  57. Old Fashioned Fun, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  58. Your Poverty, Diana van den Berg
  59. Switching Channels, Diana van den Berg
  60. Unplugged, Kathy Lippard Cobb
  61. Naive, Adnan al-Sayegh
  62. Grandfather's Clock, Ethan Biswurm
  63. IN THE LIGHT OF ANY COMING WAR, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  64. What They Try to Make You Think, Jacquelyn Frost
  65. Retired, Savita Tyagi
  66. Television, Pierre Rausch
  67. Things We Don't Need, Morgan Michaels
  68. Bad Television, Keith Rushing
  69. Death Is Not Her Friend, Rita Cerniglia
  70. Consumers, Don Pearson
  71. Cop Shows, Saiom Shriver
  72. I wanna go back to home, Sulthan Ghazal
  73. Entertainment, Meenaxi Pandey
  74. Portals of Time, Cathy Hodgson
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