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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Poetry

It’s National Poetry Day! Grab a quill and let the characters of Comics Kingdom be your muses.

1. Take a tip from Hi & Lois’ Trixie and try writing about what makes you happy
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Hi and Lois, June 30, 2010
Hi and Lois, June 30, 2010

2. … Or, like Buckles, what makes you sad.
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Buckles, October 3, 2011
Buckles, October 3, 2011

3. Inspiration can be found practically anywhere, as this Pajama Diaries slice of life proves. 
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Pajama Diaries, June 23, 2014
Pajama Diaries, June 23, 2014

4. But don’t be afraid to dream big, like Hagar’s hapless bard, Lute!
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Hagar the Horrible, April 16, 2011
Hagar the Horrible, April 16, 2011

5. Some days, as Hawthorne can attest, the words just flow.
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Sherman’s Lagoon, April 4, 2008
Sherman’s Lagoon, April 4, 2008

6. Other times, like Dagwood, you can get too caught up in the little things.
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Blondie, August 13, 2005
Blondie, August 13, 2005

7. But remember, your creation can be whatever you want it to be!
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Family Circus, October 9, 2007
Family Circus, October 9, 2007

8. When in doubt, take a tip from the classics …
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Rhymes With Orange, September 9, 2002
Rhymes With Orange, September 9, 2002

9. And know that your words can have great power!
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Mutts, April 26, 2009
Mutts, April 26, 2009

10. And perhaps a few fringe benefits.
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Zits, March 15, 2013
Zits, March 15, 2013

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