Stanley Cooper

Rookie - 20 Points (August 4th,1926 / New York City)

Clicker Flicker - Poem by Stanley Cooper

How I hate to bicker
About the doggone tv clicker
So it's Jeanne’s, just for the asking
While frustration I keep masking

Makes no difference what is showing
It won't stay on, is what I'm knowing
I find myself just clicker bitching
About her channel clicker switching

As long as Jeanne controls that clicker
I’ll be doomed to watch screen flicker
I never ever get my chances
To choose my westerns or romances

With a click click here and a click click there
Here a click, there a click everywhere a click click
All of Jeanne’s incessant clicker-ing
Causes screen incessant flickering

Her tv clicking, makes me grumble
I sometimes wish that set would crumble
I try so hard to not despair
As we really are a loving pair

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2005

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