george albot

A good job

Dear witch
I have been very loyal to you for the past five years
But I must let it be known that I feel that I’m not being treated
Properly or correctly by you
So I would like to make a formal complaint against you
Because it seem no matter how well i perform with the job in my hand
It just seem like you don’t want IT or me to grow;
This is extremely discouraging to me
And also to receive a text like that today
Made me feel so dirty,
I had to shower straight away
It’s a good job you had gone because I don’t thing
That my wood could have control Itself
So try to remember that the next TIME!
You talk like that; be prepared,
To clean up the mess afterwoods
It would have been the fair thing to do.

But I do hope you can find you way to resolve this situation
And take me in hand and place me into a different hairier
Thanks for that;
Oh there is only one biscuit I like to, tuc”
And there’s only one place I like to eat IT
XYZ, , ,

Submitted: Thursday, May 08, 2014

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  • Serban Raducu Bogdan (5/8/2014 3:58:00 PM)

    And also to receive a text like that today
    Made me feel so dirty,
    I had to shower straight away

    I liked it but it doesn't feel like a poem, more like prose (Report) Reply

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