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Categories: jobs, technology,
Premium MemberRobots do not shop
by Agona Apell
Once, it was wrinkles that blemished me in your eyes:
Youthfulness alone met your taste in workers.
Now it's my humanness that you scorn
For the power and...

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Categories: fishing, humorous, irony, jobs, time,
Premium MemberWHAT IRONY - A REAL FISHERMAN'S TALE
by JAN ALLISON




He wanted to go and catch scallops
gets into a boat called a shallops*
He didn’t look at the time
And had committed a crime
It’s into the court...

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Categories: jobs, memory, poetry,
My first job experience
by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
Ahh! My first job experience can't ever forget.
Cousin John's Cafe was it's very best.
I never used to speak much, but as long I know how...

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Categories: allegory, character, environment, integrity, jobs, loneliness, new york,
The Inspector
by Ibidun O.
I- Inspector T inspects the place.
N- Nook and cranny is what catches his eye.
S- Suspecting every element in this room can take time.
P- People mostly...

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Categories: jobs, mother,
Game of life
by Holly Moore
Game of life

In this game of life
We have all types of players

We have young and old
We have men an women

We have kings and queens
We have...

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Categories: jobs, parody, truth, work,
Premium MemberWork and Jobs
by Freddie Robinson Jr.


Two four-letter words,
I truly despise
Got nothing but hate for them,
I’m not gon lie ... 
but I got my reasons why
Jobs!
Politicians always seem to forget
to put...

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Categories: jobs, truth,
Premium MemberNothing to Gain
by Freddie Robinson Jr.


Gotta go down to the plantation today,
punch the clock and start the cubicle time labor
Work on whatever the boss say,
papers piling up from yesterday
Contact new...

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Categories: art, boy, care, cute jobs, june, london, loneliness,
Nubile Love
by Bhavini Chohan
Nubile love seeking
mature adventures.
Pulling into its irresistible appeal,
without control,
beyond fathom.
Quiescent desires regains consciousness,
compelling to live again. 

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Categories: jobs,
10 LINES 5 WORDS
by Susan Ellis
I lost my job today
Because my boss couldn't pay
He thought it was okay
And I'd work another day
Without being paid no way
Was all I could say
Pick...

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Categories: jobs, work,
Please Hold
by Stephanie Allen
“Thank you for calling….”
Is what’s trained to be said
But when they get irate and lewd
I feel like hanging up instead.

This person’s always right, that person’s...

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Categories: jobs, work,
Please Hold
by SEAN SOLOMON
“Thank you for calling….”
Is what’s trained to be said
But when they get irate and lewd
I feel like hanging up instead.

This person’s always right, that person’s...

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Categories: jobs, work,
Premium MemberDigital Immigrants
by Agona Apell
A new immigrant now comes:
I see him on our streets,
I see him on the factory floor,
I see him at an old friend's desk--
How I would...

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Categories: endurance, inspiration, jobs, marriage, strength, wife,
Being 59
by David Carlyle
Being 59

How are you going to tell her?
Fired again by a 30 something?
Don’t you know your profession? 
How can you forget a whole profession?

No, you...

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Categories: jobs, parody, perspective, society,
Premium MemberView from a Cubicle
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Oh, pencil pusher,
your meager ambitions are few
Looking across the human prairie 
what do you office see?
Your cubicle is left of center,
on the low rung of...

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Categories: jobs, society,
Premium MemberCorporate Caveman
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Mr. Corporate caveman,
where goest thou wayward hands?
Giving boardroom ape-man grunts
to the second bananas in command
You love talking jungle lewd
to the female office underlings
Always feeling on...

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Categories: anger, business, career, corruption, jobs, people, philosophy, power,
Spineless
by Nick Trim
Let's review it back
and exam where I stood in the pyramid stack
I would never climb my way to the top of the pack
with those selfish...

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Categories: jobs, money, thank you,
The Cashier
by Michael Okoroike
Even when they smiled or they talked to me, 
What I purchased was what mattered to me... 
To now be the cashier is comedy;
I'm forced...

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Categories: jobs, journey, love,
Leaving for a Distant Place
by Runping Chen
Author: Runping Chen

In his mother’s eyes,
The child is dragging her coat brim;
On father’s broad shoulders,
I am still weak and young.
Today, the swallows are trying a...

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Categories: jobs,
Man's Lack of Compassion
by Lara Wash
Who gives a damn about the crying man?
What about human beings they’re treated so mean
Some are more concerned about animals and beast
While they treat their...

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Categories: jobs, journey,
PAY RESPECT
by Lei Strauss

Who is older than me
He who should get respect
Because I'm new to this culture
Respect begets respect
In this organization where I belong
The system is an old...

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Categories: anger, change, freedom, introspection, jobs, prejudice, religion,
Premium MemberTake a Knee
by Franklin Price
Take a Knee
By Franklin Price
9/28/2017

Take a knee to praise the Lord
Not for discord, we can't afford
Not in the venue of your work
Play football there, don't...

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Categories: jobs, life, places,
Premium MemberCrazy Tile Job
by PAT Adams
I laid tile on floors quite a bit
But questioned the distribution 
When the job I ended up with 
Was in a mental institution

When I walked...

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Categories: character, confidence, courage, deep, jobs, journey, longing, meaningful,
Believe
by Nick Trim
Imagine a man in the sky.
Imagine he created you and I.
Imagine he gave the world life.
Imagine he saves you after you die.

Imagine his unlimited magic.
He...

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Categories: jobs,
Premium MemberBEWARE - YELLOW JACKETS CAN 'STING' YOU
by JAN ALLISON
They fly around our streets in packs
We see them lurking almost every day
Don’t misjudge them in time or place
Or there will be more than hell...

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Categories: jobs, perspective, work,
Premium MemberWorking Overtime
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Asbestos I can tell,
my lungs are working hard as
a sump pump in a clogged well
Though the cancer infiltration rate is currently low,
my body count white...

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Categories: how i feel, humorous, jobs, school, student, work,
Premium MemberReady to Fall Out
by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
Today was the first day
having the kids back 
We had plenty of new kids
and plenty of older kids

These kids have real
sense of humors
Some kids hardly
talked...

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Categories: jobs,
You are you
by Subimal Sinha-Roy
I asked when he came
what is your name?
He replied in a reflex
I am called X.
I thought he was joking
or a mad man in the making.
I...

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Categories: jobs, space,
Premium MemberCubicle to Convertible
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Thirty years
stuck in a basement corner cubicle
Now retirement is on a countdown approach
Seems all you can do lately
is dream about that burnt gold convertible
Going from...

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Categories: body, humorous, irony, jobs,
Premium MemberCLEANER DEMEANOR - COLLABORATION
by JAN ALLISON
A chambermaid whose name is Marlia
Had the most terrible diarrhoea
Whilst scrubbing a loo
She needed to pooh
Poop flowed freely from her posterior


It splattered on the newly...

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Categories: change, confusion, dedication, jobs, wife,
Must Go, Must Do
by curtis johnson
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Categories: adventure, education, health, hilarious, jobs, writing,
The Dust Bunny
by Bette Bavington
There's always talk of how I never dust.
How people can write their names in it as if it were snow.
Well! For as long as I...

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Categories: jobs, morning,
Premium MemberMorning Port
by Jesse Zerlaut
The bell lends its rhythmic voice to the rising of the breeze. The docks awake to the hues of morning crawling across the harbor waters....

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Categories: jobs, moving on,
Premium MemberThe New Place
by M Braimah Saaka
In the new place
They loved you
Don’t be fooled
They loved her too

The bank lady gave you gifts
The grocer brought you oranges
Perfect strangers kissed your lips
Your children...

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Categories: jobs,
Stay Safe
by Neil Andrew Hornby
Well that wasn't expected 
When I got out of bed
I'll not need my tea putting on
As I've ended up dead

That wasn't expected 
When I walked...

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Categories: jobs,
A Generation Lost
by Neil Andrew Hornby
The ghost of Lincolnshire's Daughter
Tonight smiles from her grave
With the locking of iron gates
Ends a plan that she made

Every father passed to his son
A family...

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