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Poetry Humor: The Poet—Journalist


Poetry Humor: In our last edition of the ‘The Poet,’ our wordsmith lost his poetic license and turned to journalism. Here he is on the new job…

The Poet Journalist Poetry Humor Sara Barkat

The Poet Comic, by Sara Barkat, age 14.


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7 Comments so far

  1. “It was all the witnesses agreed on.” Is that not the truth?

    I talk to witnesses all the time. Most days, it seems like they weren’t even in the same city, let alone at the same scene.

    Loving these pieces. Carry on, Sara.

  2. Indeed, “how do I take it out?”

    Thanks for continuing, Sara.

  3. Fab. Hoorah. Keep it up.

  4. Heather says:

    I love these. This is exactly how I feel every time I try to write for news or magazines.

  5. Love the art, the words, the wisdom…

    Thanks for sharing!



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