The Corporate Champs
The Corporate Champs Poems
|1.||1. Many Thanks||2/7/2011|
|2.||Another Day With Mr. Did||2/7/2011|
|3.||When The Lions Are Poorer Than The Centipedes||2/7/2011|
|4.||A Taste Of Life In The Corporate Jungle||2/7/2011|
|5.||Life With Mr. Did||2/7/2011|
|6.||The Ego-Maniac In The Jungle||2/7/2011|
|8.||The Copper Rule Of The Corporate Jungle||2/8/2011|
|9.||The Dog-Eat-Dog World Of The Corporate Jungle||2/8/2011|
|10.||Mr. Did In The Corporate Jungle||2/8/2011|
|11.||What's On My Desk (Corporate Jungle)||2/8/2011|
|12.||Weird Classification Of Overseas Workers||2/8/2011|
|13.||The Deceitful Hyena||2/8/2011|
|14.||The Animals Wear Prada||2/8/2011|
|15.||To Tame The Tiger||2/9/2011|
|16.||The Hungry Tiger On His Cubicle||2/7/2011|
|17.||*the Korpurut Jungle ~ A Collection Of Poems||2/7/2011|
*the Korpurut Jungle ~ A Collection Of Poems
a survival guide
a collection of poems
and anything conceivable
in the korpurut jungle
a metaphor of my life working more than 8-5
Another Day With Mr. Did
This morning, Mr. Did came into came here in the jungle with well, yes, with his usual grimace.
I don’t know the news that he heard, as I am only an observer here of the behavior in the jungle, like an anthropologist studying the life of the chimps in a savanna.
So he talked with another duck until his voice made the air disgusting. Like a child taken with his lollipop.
So Mr. Did throw his tantrums like a lunatic on a full moon.
But I’m on got have the “ignore mode” to my surroundi