Poem to the Pocket Radio

CC Pocket RadioThis poem to the Pocket Radio came about when Bob was explaining how he didn’t quite understand exactly why pocket radios are so popular. This was news to us – we just assumed our radio expert loved radio regardless of its form.

We scoured past emails and reviews and pulled out several of the mentions of where and how customers are using these radios. Bob knows that people are passionate about their pocket radios. He mentioned that he’s never seen the gardener without his. We know Bob uses his for his important Sunday show. You sometimes see delivery and bus drivers with one wedged in their dash. This relationship seems very personal. So we’re asking you – why do you love your pocket radio and how do you use it the most?

Poem to the Pocket Radio

Oh Radio where art thou
I need your touch right now
Your companionship I desire
While I complete tasks so dire

You’re there when I’m walking
And when I can’t sleep
You’re with me in the garden
When the weeds are so deep

You are with me in the shop
And out on the boat
And once I cursed you
When you did not float

At the ballgames between cheers
The voices come through oh so clear
You travel with me everywhere
With you I have a love affair

Ah, yes my friend I owe to you
A true expression of gratitude
You’ve provided entertainment for years
You bring me laughter, joy and tears

Because of this I carry you
I never feel lonely and blue
Oh, pocket radio you are my friend
I’ll be with you ‘til the end.

2 Responses to “Poem to the Pocket Radio”

  1. Shari van zandt thompson Says:

    That’s really good! Thanks for the smile and memories. I might just have to get one again.

  2. Anna Says:

    What a cool poem, echos my sentiments too!


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