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your brain on cubism – dverse

October 9, 2014

Context switches, content depth
Paparazzi feeding frenzy
Issues lost, famous found
TV talking heads abound
Nothing novel, new now passe
Mult ti task ing – – –
Sesame street adults
Sunny day


From → dverse, poetry

  1. Oh my, what a beautifully balanced and brilliant piece, billgncs (hope you forgive the alliteration). “Sesame street adults”-loved that phrase so much. A truly dynamic write. A sunny day to you!

  2. hypercryptical permalink

    Love it!
    Media has that affect on my brain…all hail the no no!
    Anna :o]

  3. I’m not sure my brain can handle this cubism stuff…though I admit I quite enjoyed this little number & sunny days.

  4. Love ‘nothing novel’ but fresh for every morning bite…

  5. sesame street adults is so cool!

  6. sunny day indeed…very nice..

  7. “Paparazzi feeding frenzy” is a brilliant phrase…

  8. honestly – i watch tv very rarely… and one of the reasons is the seemingly every shrinking level…ugh…well penned… i love sesame street though..smiles

  9. What a hotchpotch! At the same time it works as a very efficient criticism of TV and the way it all works.

  10. don’t get me started on Sesame Street… i use to get dizzy just watching the constant movement of viewing… maybe cubism in TV

    • That’s exactly what I thought when I looked at some of the cubism poems…. Sesame Street!

  11. Groovy piece. Love- the last two lines.

  12. Seems like a good sunny day, smiles ~

  13. Glenn Buttkus permalink

    You packed a lot into a few short lines, following the non-connectiveness parameters of the prompt & yet it still has some sort of sunny cohesion; nice job. The media needs to go back and watch NETWORK a bunch of times, as print newspapers, books, & paperbacks slip into oblivion; nice work.

  14. Oh.I really like this one! Very clever. ⭐

  15. Ha, I liked the mention of both the tv talking heads and the sesame street adults. The parallel works for me. Smiles.

  16. The paparazzi feeding frenzy gave me chills.. evokes a very real image.. and combine that with Sesame street adults and I god shivers.

  17. Love sesame street daughter, now 43, was raised on that show! Busy news!

  18. sesame street adults…and talking heads on tv
    and a paparazzi feeding frensy to book…
    you got a busy head, just saying…ha…

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