'Will Not Ever Give Up': Your Economic Haikus

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

We've been asking listeners to send us their haiku about the economy. Tamara Tyrell joins us to read her haiku and explain what inspired her short poem about the economy. Click the jump to read Tamara's haikus.

 

I have no money.
I want some, give me a job.
Saving is futile.
No well paying job.
Degrees had long time ago.
Will not ever give up!
I have no money.
I want some, give me a job.
Saving is futile.


No well paying job.
Degrees had long time ago.
Will not ever give up!

 

Guests:

Tamara Tyrell

Produced by:

Amanda Magnus

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