Susan T. Aparejo

Rookie - 32 Points (Dec.09, / Gingoog City, Philippines)

Work


Work,
Someone said “ work is slavery”
I nod in full admiration
It won’t fill my box of jewelry,
Require my full attention,
Though the prize alluring salary.

Work curtails one’s freedom,
Glued to a place when you step one,
Leave your home at start of dawn,
Entering another world of fund,
For family’s survival at glance.

Slavery is work, a designed of artwork,
A routinary field of office book,
Bundy clock is the human’s look,
Will tell if you’re at your nook,
Work is really a slavery with bankbook.

Submitted: Saturday, January 23, 2010

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  • Rookie Mika Daime (3/26/2012 6:44:00 AM)

    Mika Daime R. Sabate - BSBA 1A

    well, work can be considered a slavery but it can help us to improve our life & to help our family to survive & to get all our needs easily.
    this poem makes me push harder to finish my studies and encourages me to work sincerely.

    share ni nako sa fb. (Report) Reply

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