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Monday, May 07, 2007

An Ode to a Job

Poetry Train Monday presents:

This job, it does sucketh.
I can take it, no moreth.

There once was a gal named Jane.
Who thought she could handle the insane.
Troubled, our lovely lady,
For it was just too shady.
So she cried, "It's time to go back to mundane."

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Blogger Rhian / Crowwoman said...

BWWAAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!! you made me snort coffee up my nose!

8:37 AM  
Anonymous Christine said...

I like the last line: "It's time to go back to mundane."

My first entry for Poetry Train Monday is up too.

9:06 AM  
Blogger Emily Veinglory said...


I am going through a bit of a career crisis right now so this kinda makes sense to me.

9:46 AM  
Blogger Robin L. Rotham said...

LOL! Funny how attractive boring becomes when you've worked in a madhouse, eh?

10:28 AM  
Blogger Rashenbo said...

Rhian, you are too funny :)

Christine, it was nice to visit your blog. How sweet that your grandfather encouraged you! Thanks, I like the word mundane :)

Hi Emily, career crisis does tend to change how we look at things, doesn't it?

Robin, oh yeah. I went for a wild and active crazy house... to a slow and silent nut house. I'm ready to find something stable, positive and endlessly boring :)

10:42 AM  
Blogger Carol said...

I can relate, after working in hospitals all these years, working in an office setting is totally mundane in contrast. But, sometimes, mundane is OK. Carol

11:07 AM  
Blogger Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Trevor would like to know why on Earth you'd want mundane when there's so much else in life that's interesting.

Me, I understand. Especially when the mundane paycheck lets you explore that interesting stuff.

"My job, it does sucketh."

LOVE it!!

2:01 PM  
Blogger STAK said...

heh.......i prefer the insane.......might explain my particular combo of vocations.......

6:26 PM  
Blogger Wylie Kinson said...

Do you still insist that you're not a poet :) ??

7:11 PM  
Blogger Rhian / Crowwoman said...

you tell her Wylie! btw where is yours? running over to check...again.

7:17 PM  
Blogger Elle Fredrix said...

This job, it does sucketh.
I can take it, no moreth.

LOL! How many of us can relate to that?

6:44 AM  

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