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Employer Poems - Poems about Employer

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Premium Member A Private Invitation To He--
...Gambler, I am not watcher of gamblers be One stood to depart approach I, to engage So I whispered and he listened "I saw you cheating." He said, "That's absurd." "I saw you ......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, allusion, analogy, games, imagery,
Form: Narrative



The Woman Who Could Change Colour, from THE WOMAN WHO COULD EAT WOOD
...The Woman Who Could Change Colour Morning, noon, and night she could change colour though with remorse. Did that mean she was special or just have really bad luck? Well, the latter of course! ......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Trumpeting and mythologizing deranged deplorable basket case as demigod
...Trumpeting and mythologizing deranged deplorable basket case as demigod Any idea regarding who unnamed individual earned such lofty title? I offer a clue, that averred person unknown to many other......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member DP3 DIARY OF DIONDRA POSH: Temporary Employment
...May 2051 Dear diary I think I'll try for a part Time job which I just know beyond Anything I'm gonna hate! So I'll work It out um. Without a doubt. I just Don't wanna sit at home to much! I ......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, allusion, beach, best friend,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Pair that Shares
... Douglas Emhoff is our first second-man Went to USC, got himself a tan An ‘entertainment lawyer’ His wife’s his new employer Giggling and cackling as much as she can ......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, celebrity, giggle, satire,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member Captain Of Your Own Ship
...A wise poet said: “You are captain of your own ship!” My employer said: “Not here, Buddy!” My wife said, “Yes dear, after you take out the garbage and mow the grass…” My son said, “please come t......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, dad, giggle, humorous, husband,
Form: Free verse
FROM THE DIARY OF AN EMPLOYER
...I want you to come to me With all the reasons good. With nothing much to worry about, Less to be misunderstood. I want you to look at me With love and care and hope. I want you to read my eye......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A WOMAN'S HIGHEST CALLING-
...What is the highest calling of a woman AGAPE LOVE IS GOD'S UNCONDITIONAL LOVE FOR US AND THE UNCONDITIONAL LOVE WE CAN HAVE FOR EACH OTHER IN JESUS Is Motherhood a Woman’s Highest Calling To cal......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, analogy, appreciation, inspirational, spoken
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Expired
...How I feel sometimes after giving my employer 100% and there's nothing left for home life......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, sad, work,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Desperate Hope
... Placed First in: This or That Vol 22 Poetry Contest Sponsored by Edward Ibeh Desperate Hope Le......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, emotions, god, humanity, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member no to the annual Christma Party
...Not one co-worker understood why I gave an emphatic no To the annual office Christmas party, without a ho ho ho They tried to cajole me or coax me to change my mind. But I know our employer, she i......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I'Ll Be a 'Naire Yet
...To be a millionaire With all of the fanfare May never be my fate Since I started too late Sure I have some savings But they’re barely shavings Compared to the stout tree That a millionaire b......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, dream, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member What If
...What if the incessant torture didn’t happen so many dark times, but it’s unimaginable for you to comprehend isn’t it? No one knows, the tragedies that left me so crippled, you can’t fathom, the......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, abuse, anti bullying, child
Form: Free verse
Monthly Rhym One
...I have to nail my sale of pail on a board, otherwise my employer Will, will wail and say that I am a fail yet I save to sail in the boats of Uhuru Park. Dear friend will I ever make a good sale if I ......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, inspiration, motivation, poetry, spoken
Form: Rhyme
Justice
...Justice is always achieved through violence. When a nation wants justice they carpet bomb the enemy, and drop nukes on their head. When a government wants justice, they drag you from your car o......Read the rest...
Categories: employer, anger, god, peace, spoken
Form: Free verse

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