Posted on: 03-8-2011 by: Brian Wasko
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Categories: Fun with Words Tags: funny, haiku, poetry
Brian WaskoBrian is the founder and president of WriteAtHome.com. One of his passions is to teach young people how to write better.View all posts by Brian Wasko
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Fantastic! Thanks for the snicker!
BEST example ever of the poem itself explaining the lesson – sheer perfection!
Thank you, Mr. Wasko,
I agree. I only wish I was the one who wrote the poem. Apparently, you can get it on a T-shirt. 🙂
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