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Z is for Poet Benjamin Zephaniah, #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA


Yes! Today on Poetry Roundabout, the sister site to this one, the first post is all about Benjamin Zephaniah, who has kindly provided a poem. Here’s the link to the post: Benjamin Zephaniah #ZtoA #AtoZChallenge

Click on the title of the post on Poetry Roundabout to be taken to the post’s page where you will be able to comment. Thank you!

4 Comments

  1. Thanks for visiting and commenting at Nickers and Ink. I stopped in to view a few poems at your POETRY ROUNDABOUT site, but I couldn’t find the commenting option.

    Favorite excerpt:

    People will always need people.
    To have friendly fights with
    And share tasty bites with.”

    Love it. Wish I’d come up with that. 😉
    Happy A-Z.

    PS: Please delete my earlier comment. Part of it was somehow cut off, so I reposted this one.

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    • Hello! Gosh it took me a while to fond your comment, I thought it was on poetry roundabout! Lol. You have to click on the title of the post to go to the post’s own page, and the comment box will appear. I think I might mention that at the end of each post! Thank you. ~Liz

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  2. That was a surprise to find Z to A! That’s the way to get those pesky letters out of the way quickly. 🙂

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    • Lol! They are always difficult, aren’t they? Funnily enough, it was one of the other letters I had most trouble with this year!

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