Bold words and bold deeds,
Get printed in the paper.
What other kind of writing,
Would deserve a newspaper?
Stories short and stories long,
Stories meant for the weak and the strong,
To be able to read and ingest,
These stories told me of so much.
Newspaper writing done by journalists,
Running after their story,
Thinking their's the best,
Taking all the glory.
The greatest of the read,
For the person in information need.
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