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Poem Details | by Tim Ryerson |
Categories: funny,

Career Move

No wonder I'm snaggin'
Jumping your bar
I've hitched my broke waggin'
To the wrong star...


***In 2008, I decided to look for a place on the internet to share my poetry and PS was the first site I came across. I had just written this and had no IDEA I had just joined! It is about an experience I had that same day at work after a 'misunderstanding' with my boss. Karen O'Leary was the first to comment and welcome me and for that I will always be grateful... 


Poem Details | by Jessica Amanda Salmonson |
Categories: career, funny, humor, hyperbole, jobs, success, work,

Will Do Chores

I can do this, I can do that
I can do anything, splicketty-splat.

I'm quite the expert, and certainly quick
Excellent service here, licketty-click. 

Your toaster won't roast'er?
	Your car needs repair?
I'll fix your teepee, 
	your sofa and chair
I'll cure your doggy 
	of fleas, lice, and pox
I'll wash your diapers, 
	your windows, your socks.

I'm inexpensive, and fast as a wink
Available any time, blinkity-blink.

Poem Details | by CayCay Jennings |
Categories: appreciation, career, celebrity, humor, memory, thanks,

Carol

Comedian Carol Burnett had a variety show I'll never forget. She gave us much laughter and cheer, sometimes just by pulling her ear.
... CayCay March 28, 2019

Poem Details | by Lycia Harding |
Categories: career, computer, education, growth, humorous, rude, slam,

Learn Something

Do you feel like each day is the same? 
Do all things, every person,  each glitch 
you encounter seem boring and lame?  
Is the rut you're in more like a ditch? 

When you want to rekindle the flame, 
let the internet help you enrich  
your existence and soon you'll reclaim 
that old joy you felt filling your niche. 

If you yearn to get back in the game
learn to use the new tools that exist.
If you don't, you'll be solely to blame.
So, log on now and Google it, b&tch!

Poem Details | by Tim Ryerson |
Categories: career, funny,

Bad Breath Blues - The Boss Is Always Right

You’ve forgotten to floss, I think
(My nose frets and frowns as I shrink)
Purchase mints by the bag!
Brush your tongue til you gag!
(My eyes water up at the stink)

"Yes sir, I am really quite fine!
"Allergies, you know," is my line
"No sir, wasn't crying!"
(My brain is just frying)
"Do lunch? Why, the pleasure is mine!"

*Unfortunately, this is a somewhat exaggerated version of a true story...

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: career, funny,

Joe Namath Clerihew

The Jets' superstar, "Joe Willie Whiteshoes,"

loved baseball, golf, women, and booze.

With bad knees and his sports career dead,

he modeled Hanes pantyhose instead!  


Posted 11/5/12 Now used for  New or Old 4 Contest of Eve Roper

Here is the link you can copy and paste to see
his modeling career with pantyhose!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qf3oOQq9KFU

Clerihew rhyme scheme is aabb (no set syllable pattern)

Poem Details | by Karam Misra |
Categories: career, funny, humor, work,

Efficiency

Desk top
Chaos, clutter
Shredder coughs and sputters
No deadlines, no pressure, no work
Clean slate

Poem Details | by Dorlan Tiu |
Categories: career, grave, homework, humorous, school, teacher, youth,

Walking Dead

Numbness as I walk in halls
A heavy load in my hand I bear
Tome of the ancient past
Portrays a fog in my mind

Emptiness, void and vanity
As I look at zombies like me
Consumed by an epidemic...
Which left us cold-blooded

At the darkness of dusk
When the sun shines no more
I lie below the tombstone of my grave
Devoured by a sleepy hollow in my coffin

Vitality where are you?
Where are your streams of life? 
I' am lost, Where am I?
Oh wait, that's right
I'm in college


Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: art, career, change, future, humor, humorous, identity, image, international, me, mystery, poetess, rain, symbolism, words, writing,

Shanity Rain

            So many amazing Artist ~
             one would never complain

            Just to be amongst all Soup 
             my name will never be plain

            I love all indiscriminately 
            My friends you'll  remain 

            Not to confuse or cause pain
            for the reason lies not in Vain

             From now on just call me 
                Shanity Rain ~

           However my Children remind me , I'm Insane ~
        '   Shanity Rain  my new Pen name  '

Poem Details | by Dylan Jacobs |
Categories: career, computer, culture, humorous, internet, society, technology,

Todays Modern Lawyer

Hidden behind one of a billion screens 
Sits todays modern lawyer
Lines of code query through the possibilities 
Finding the best-fit affair

His personal attachment to the case 
Minimal, yet filled with burning passion 
His native tongue
Aggressive vulgarity
The overwhelming platform of communal ignorance 
Reinforces his arrogance

Todays modern lawyer radiates omnipotence through words
His persuasion isn’t in a courtroom 
Nor is it on a piece of paper

It echoes through the minds of the mindless
The minds of todays modern lawyer

 

Poem Details | by Diane M Quinlan |
Categories: career, how i feel, humorous, jobs, work,

MY INTERVIEW WITH MYSELF

 career, how i feel, humorous, jobs, work

For Contest---  

My Interview With Myself  ©

Do you like yourself?
Yes better than most I know now!
Are you intelligent to learn the work?
I am best with ‘hands-on’ trial and error!
Would you hire yourself?
That is a hard question!
I would have to say yes and no.
What score would you be if given?
Out of ten being the highest?
I would say ‘mid-stream’
Well than you just drowned!

Didee/Diane M Quinlan
June 14, 2015

Poem Details | by richard nnoli |
Categories: africa, career, change, confidence, courage, humanity, humor,

Self control

Self control 
When a man lacks
Self control 
He lacks 
Self pride 

So start from here 
If you ever think of 
Change.


Poem Details | by Sidney Beck |
Categories: humor, introspection,

POOR CAREER CHOICE

POOR  CAREER  CHOICE

Surely  all the revolving doors
At the front of a busy office building
Need a union office on one of the floors
For their complaint handling.

Their whole existence is so transparent -
Getting pushed around by everyone,
Every day another day spent
Being leaned on and spun,

Just going round in circles in vain,
Turning this way and that like a carousel at a fair.
They should rightly complain
That their careers are leading nowhere.

Poem Details | by Rhoda Tripp |
Categories: career, fun, funny, giggle, health, humor, humorous,

Gynecologist

Appreciated
  individuality.
Gynecologist.

Poem Details | by Lambert Adwini-Poku |
Categories: absence, allah, angel, beauty, blessing, career, hilarious,

TROMBONE WITH THE ANGELS

I better take my trombone lessons serious
Not for fun or fame, neither for leisure
A prophesy I wish to help see light from the Bible
“At the judgment day Angels will blow their trumpet
But forgot trombones will also match
The quality of the sound that will blow
I will surely render my service for free
(After all God loves a cheerful giver)
And hope to receive the blessing of salvation
To find my way to the segmentation of the sheep
How lucky I will be. That faithful day,
If the Angels blow their trumpet, I will take out my trombone
And proudly blow my trombone.

If Angel Michael blows his old trumpet,
I will blow my new trombone.

Poem Details | by Susan Barnes |
Categories: angst, career, humorous, inspiration, mom, satire, women,

Career Mum

Would Joan of Arc be a post office clerk
In the year of two thousand and four?
And Lady Godiver, if we could revive her
Would she mop the kitchen floor?
These heros of history, make my lifestyle a mystery
Such women we shouldn’t ignore

So well in my thirties, with hand cream and nappies
I went down on my knees, despite the dog’s fleas
For a Wonderbra, a fancy new car
And a job that would take me far

Now I’m totally weary, yet it seemed fine in theory
To split myself in two  . . . as you do!
But I feel like a martyr, this lark’s a non-starter
And I blame Bodacea and Germaine Greer
For this deep-rooted need to have a career

Poem Details | by Michelle Born |
Categories: career, creation, fashion, funny, jealousy, life, success,

UNIQUE



The word Unique says it all to me
I chose it for my jewelry title because it was meant to be,

Call it what you want because your opinion doesn't matter
Due to my success in everything I do and I guess that makes you a mad hatter,

The proudness I feel when I create a unique piece of jewelry
People can be jealous that you seem a little bit blury,

So next time you are looking at my unique jewelry sites
Her jewelry is good due to all her face book likes.


Written By: Unique Poetry 2015

Poem Details | by Bill Lindsay |
Categories: anger, career, change, funny, jobs,

I Didn't Get The Job

Dear Sir or Madam,

I 
am 
afraid
that we
are not able
to offer you the
position, but we do
thank you for allowing us 
to complete your background
check; it was absolutely hilarious.  

Poem Details | by Paul Schneiter |
Categories: career, humor,

Bugs Win

Jerry Packard was an entomologist
for which he was far from an apologist.
He's glad he faced down
his professor's frown
for refusing to become a proctologist

Poem Details | by Jannie Breedt |
Categories: career, hilarious,

Why I do not drive a Jaguar

A wealthy fool once came to me
Change it now, change it  all
Change all these pipes 
Sir that would be fifteen thousand

In lieu of his ego, mine came running too
Only give me a minute
Let me weigh up this dilemma
And lo! A small adjustment needs
Get the wrench and got it right
A lowly plumber with vast experience strikes

That would be all of three hundred sir
But there was no way
That he could pay
For five minutes fixed

Ah, but subsequently learned
Its immoral to leave fool with his money
And so traded in my ride
For a much quicker donkey
Accounts are easy too
Its : inky pinky ponky

Poem Details | by Ray Gridley |
Categories: career, humor,

Mental Dental

Jim's dentist could not have been meaner
Displaying the strangest demeanour
As he yanked out his tooth
He said "Want the truth?
I shouldn't be here, I'm the cleaner".

Poem Details | by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen |
Categories: appreciation, care, career, funny,

MOTIVATORS

Professional motivators,
The bus conductors,
Always in command of "go forward"!


Poem Details | by Ben Byrum |
Categories: career, clothes, funny, memory,

Job Fair WoesXXX

I showed up to a job fair 
And was unaware of one fact.
This one fact lead to my demise,
Not to anyone's surprise.
I walked up to a company, shook a hand, and gave him my piece;
And what he said next did not put me at peace.
"Look down, young man, and zip up your pants."
I looked down, and what I saw put me in a trance.
White boxers exposed through that space -
I am just thankful the man showed me grace!
I zipped up my pants, shook his hand, and blended back in with the mob.
You probably know by now, but I did not get that job.

Poem Details | by b.e. singer |
Categories: career, celebration, cheer up, future, humorous, places, wisdom,

Wake Up

"No matter how I feel,
 I wake up, dress and show up...
(with the help of a little
 Folgers in my cup!)"

Poem Details | by Noel Flater |
Categories: 10th grade, career, humorous, language, sleep, today,

Toastmasters Speech - Poem

Toastmaster Speech - Poem

Today, writing my next Toastmasters speech
So today, my next poem will be out of reach
Hopefully next week, more words will I seek
But today, my next poem is asleep.

Noel from NoelsArt

Comments: Today, I’m writing an important Toastmasters speech.  After completing my next speech, I will finish Pathways Presentation Mastery speech path, which is a great accomplishment!