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Long Jobs Poems

Long Jobs Poems. Below are the most popular long Jobs by PoetrySoup Members. You can search for long Jobs poems by poem length and keyword.

Premium Member The Canopy and Economy
Sun and traffic - day economy.
Six a.m. drive to plywood mill. Too tired
to be angry. Each day a step
toward death. What is being accomplished? The

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Categories: baby, day, history, jobs,

Premium Member Primal Questions
Do I want to only look at new ones,
never been used,
or is that a too restrictive market,
too competitively priced
for virginity of place and relationship on...

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Categories: jobs, career, change, destiny, humor,

Premium Member Maybe Poor People Will Want It
As I empty a bag and look over the donations in it
I think, “Geezus why; not even I would willingly take any of this!
If I...

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Categories: jobs, how i feel, humorous,

Premium Member Meanest Man I Have Ever Met
On my get acquainted interview when Mr. Rivers told me he wanted the other counselor, not me, and he had invited her to help him...

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Categories: jobs, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member My Son
I have a son
with more than his share of heart
and mindbody intelligence,
to comprehend vastness of Earth’s evolving history
and future demise,
to comprehend full emptiness of universes...

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Categories: destiny, humanity, humor, jobs,

Premium Member Leap of Faith
As the man on the roof, took two steps towards the edge, he was unexpectedly stopped by the sound of a bright and familiar voice,...

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Categories: family, growth, jobs, moving

Work and Jobs

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

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Categories: humorous, jobs, parody, truth,

Premium Member Clueless Job Applicant
You’ll never guess whom the cat drug in; have a day where you just couldn’t win?
He came strutting in, smacking his gum loud, dressed to...

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Categories: jobs, adventure, angst, business, children,

Do you have a minute
Back in upstate New York
she was a girl with stars in her eyes
She hopped a freight out westward
And tried Vegas on for size

Off strip hotels,...

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Categories: jobs, america, city, confidence, home,

A Few Things to Consider Before Brown-Nosing In My Presence
1) I hate brown-nosers far more than I hate most other nosers 
of virtually any known color!

2) I will make it a point to slap...

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Categories: angst, career, corruption, jobs,