Poems About: TELEVISION
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Sometimes the best news is no news at all.
Then you wouldn't hear if there was war or if the stocks fall.
Today, nothing we hear of the television is good.
They tell bad news and say "they did what they could." read more »Cody Klinker
impose creeping ultra realities
upon narcotic selected dreams
socially construed realities read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
The incunabula of television,
Crystal palace, lipstick and clipped tones,
Muffin the Mule, then finally the flicks
crammed into tubes, inferior Bibles, cloned, read more »Sally Evans
64.Hips got Soul
You can still be healthy and be a Super Model
with thick wide hips.
Not like your predecessor showing up in Cosmo
or on television with skinny legs and read more »Ranis Thomas III
65.Living In a Television
I am living in a television
So I will tell a vision read more »anteaus berryhill
66.To Whom It May Concern
May you be seen in photos of newspapers and television
With the same apron with shawl as a snake
Coiled around your neck,
Talking childish words of my mother tongue borrowed read more »Ponniah Ganeshan
67.Part Of The Documentary
Part of the documentary about us;
To live a healthy lifestyle; read more »Edward Kofi Louis
68.- Me Telly's On The Blink: : Humour
Hello Bob, it's Archie, me telly's on the blink
Without me telly on it's even hard for me to think
I watch it of an evening snuggled up beneath me doona
Can you come round. Not later, I'd rather it were sooner read more »Alessandra Liverani
69.ENSOÑACION / INSIDE DREAMS
Las caras de siempre nada me dirán / The same faces will not say anything new
sombras y sonidos me enseñarán / Sounds and shadows will teach me
que soy uno mas / that I am just another one read more »Ramiro 2 Burgos
70.Night Of A Thousand Hours, No.1, Part 2
a thousand drunks
puking beside the tree
in front of my house
men dressed in tuxedos or thousand dollar suits read more »gordon coombes
71.The Luminous eye.
Television scares me.
It frightens me silly.
Our best known channels transmit
The worst of human disasters read more »willow moon pearce
Yesterday, I sat in bed, watching
flames lick the television screen and voices cry out
their horrorstricken moans-
Godforbid, they read more »Ballerina With Fins