Micron


Work


Work sometimes can be a bore
And really we want to just yawn and snore
When the alarm rings in the morning
And bed is where you want to stay in

Work is right it makes us useful in life
It helps us though brings trouble and strife
Everything in life really can be seen as work
From keeping house to being a clerk

Work some times can be repetitive
And your head feels like a sieve
Nothing seems to go right
And the day seems like a fight

Work can get you in a cycle of work and sleep
When this happens inside we can weep
Once you start its hard to break
But you can if a decision for more to life you make

Work some days you fulfils
And you just skip over those obstacles
They are the good days in live that occur
Keep right state of mind and they reoccur

Work some days though you want to leave and go
For your brain wanders and you try to not let it show
But we all need to live and money to survive
So work we continue take in our stride

Work can be sometimes be fun
While the chores are being done
Colleagues become friends its true
And they help you the days get through

Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009

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