Wayne Leon Learmond

Rookie (12th March 1963 / Liverpool)

Wayne Leon Learmond Poems

41. Memoirs Of A Dead Man 6/13/2010
42. Wife Batterer 8/14/2006
43. Fairy Days 8/14/2006
44. Every Soul Does Matter 6/13/2010
45. Posession 6/13/2010
46. Moonrise 6/13/2010
47. Africa 8/15/2006
48. In Praise Of The New Knighthood 8/27/2006
49. Suicide 8/14/2006
50. For All Eternity 6/13/2010
51. Aborted 8/14/2006
52. If I Could Die Tomorrow 6/13/2010
53. Sweet Suicide Senerade 6/13/2010
54. School Bully 8/14/2006
55. I'M Not An Alcoholic 8/14/2006
56. Racism 8/15/2006
57. Depression (Like A Ten-Ton Truck) 8/14/2006
58. Television 8/14/2006
Best Poem of Wayne Leon Learmond

Television

Television
is the curse of the nation
Feeding ignorance
from station to station.

Yes.

The Television
Is the curse of the nation
What you're going to watch
is beyond explanation.

Information?

Useless
you bet.

Over thirty channels
and you have not picked one yet.

From
The Television
That stands there
in the corner
Hypnotic regression
of the nation is the order
of

The Television
What have you learned of
yet?

Generations of kids
that still don't know
their alphabet.


They ...

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Suicide

Don't ever think of Suicide
Don't let it come to mind
It never solves the mystery
of the life you leave behind.

It never solves the agony
of one pure tortured soul.

What has gone on before

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