“Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding together people, citizens of distant epochs, who never knew one another.” —Carl Sagan, Cosmos
Words have this wonderful way of helping us to not only connect with others, but also to connect with ourselves. Writing is the most basic and essential way of tapping into creativity and inspiration—whether you’re writing the next great American novel or putting your own fun spin on that report due next Tuesday. So, help us celebrate National Poetry at Work Day; grab a pen and paper, and enjoy our limerick below as a little lightbulb of inspiration.
There Once Was a Comma Called Oxford
There once was a comma called Oxford
who, when alone, always felt awkward
so he dragged close behind him
the clones he had made on a whimuntil they were one—first, second, and third.
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