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POET Marco Gliori admitted he used a bit of poetic licence at the first Welcome to Warwick Poet's Breakfast at the Warwick RSL Memorial Club on Sunday morning.
Gliori said he was inspired to start the breakfast by the late Donna Stephens, who approached him on behalf of Rotary Sunrise, to do something to tell the stories of the community which don't normally get told.
Sam plays these really really really ex-jock kind of frat dumb guys.
Zack does great straight man stuff that ranges from some simmering anger to exploding frustration.
With Kafka-esque absurdities and logical paradoxes that seem to jump right out of the mind of Sartre, young Trevor Moore has topped himself with "Scraps", a book of devilishly drawn cartoons which speak not to the conscious but the unconscious, climbing in and assaulting your brain like a punching bag, mercilessly hurling joke after joke, irony after irony, contradiction after contradiction, contraceptive after contraceptive, these cartoons act not as a reactor but as an -actor, shocking you into accepting the many hidden truths of life, but not just life, but the universe, heaven and hell (oh most CERTAINLY Hell), and everything in between, that is to say, "Scraps" is a cute and often pretty funny book of cartoons by a 12 year old kid with a surprisingly black sense of humor (i.e.