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Short Jobs Poems

Short Jobs Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Jobs by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Jobs by length and keyword.

Premium Member PAD FOR NO JOB
On job,

You paid,

No job,


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Categories: fun, jobs,

Too many roles within a single role is an actor's life...

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Categories: jobs,

Premium Member AIRPORT
Nose is an Airport,




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Categories: creation, jobs, nature,

Premium Member It Is Boring
It is a rather boring job, she tells me.
Way to sell it.


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Categories: jobs,

Work Day
Sitting at my desk.
Time is ticking slowly by. 
Can I go home yet?...

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Categories: career, jobs,

Robot Karma
Workers consumers
Replace thirty eight percent
Company sales shrink...

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Categories: humanity, jobs, political,

Mid Life Crisis 13
Mid life crisis worth
wear and tear
cannon fodder curse


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Categories: age, anxiety, jobs,

Premium Member UNIVERSITY

university grad

posted on September 17, 2018...

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Categories: jobs, work,

The best job
Your own successful biz,
that's what your best job is!

Volodymyr Knyr

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Categories: business, funny, humorous, jobs,

Close-cropped, careless cast,
Body blunted by each week's
Doldrum-diving fast....

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© Dan Keir  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, depression, jobs, life,

Premium Member It's true
You blew the interview
     -- It's true
Now go get the job
     ~ that's meant for you...

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Categories: destiny, jobs,

Winter - 2, Overtime work
Overtime working
Winter night is continuing
Tasks are remaining


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Categories: december, jobs, night, time,

Black Coffee Mug: Red Wheelbarrow
So much depends

a black coffee 

faded with use

into the faces
of us all

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Categories: america, business, career, jobs,

Premium Member Poor After Care Service
My coffee machine broke and I have it insured,
It was supposed to be uplifted four times 
Where on earth is Argos?...

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Categories: business, hope, jobs, rights,

The room is occupied
Because someone is doing
Their occupation
They are the occupant
When they talk about occupancy...

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Categories: jobs, metaphor,

Insanely poised on the wall
Moon-lizard chuckles at the calendar
On which a moth sits


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Categories: jobs, insect, inspirational, internet, irony,

Premium Member Fastest Job Interview Ever

Before we begin let me say this is not a fun job.
I stand up, and shake their hand.
Fastest job interview ever....

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Categories: jobs,

It made me smile
City in a fog
Morning’s bleary eyes open
Lone soul witness to 
Sixth-floor birds eye view, coffee
Whirring – warm in this moment. 

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Categories: blue, jobs,


Love is a job.
Dating is the interview.
Rejection stops me applying to be with you.

(C)2017 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.


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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: history, jobs, love, relationship,

Premium Member The Coal Pit
Men down the coal pit on Christmas Day, of all days Mary unhappy thinking of her husband there Pity her man in the pit

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© Julia Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: christmas, feelings, jobs,

Limerick: shrinks, part 2
Once attending professional course
Shrinks attempted to fix mind flaws
They gorged on cocaine
But primitive brain
Has failed to achieve sacred pause

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Categories: jobs, crazy, funny, health, humor,

First class male receives stamp of approval… he’s posted abroad! 03~13~17 Tweetable Contest Sponsored by Scott Thirtyseven

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Categories: graduation, jobs, work,

But Seriously
Never thought I'd get a poet mob,
since I got the best of poetry nod,
life imperiously,
but seriously,
I think I'd better just keep my day job.


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Categories: humor, jobs,

Premium Member No Space For Manoeuvre
I gave him a fake Medicare card,
And he could have honoured my efforts,
But he just scowled and said "You 're out!"
And so I swore to myself to give him bad reports. 

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Categories: body, health, jobs, leadership,

Austin Commute
It wasn't so bad this morning
But I arrived an hour early
If I'd left later—
     even a few minutes?
Only the clock will tell
After all
     It's only my first time...

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Categories: jobs, work,