Connie Jones Prince
My Spaced - Out Office Tour - Poem by Connie Jones Prince
I reluctantly began the tour
That proved my organizing poor.
My office is the most chaotic
Where I wax my most poetic.
She smiled, and ooh-ed, and nodded her head
And choosing her words, politely said,
"You've managed to use every bit of space."
She thus, politely, made her case.
My office was a trifle small
With papers and "things" from wall to wall.
Some day I'll sweep, but in the interim,
She's right -- I maximized the minimum!
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