The Domino Effect - Poem by Francie Lynch
I've a job to do;
One element leads to the next,
As in a domino effect.
I'll research the outcomes,
Assess the inventory of supplies on hand.
I sit in the chair, with notepad and gavel
And scribble an entry plan.
I've done this before
With previous bankruptcies:
When the intake exceeds any dividends,
When demand superceded supply,
When demand was pervasive.
Job prospects are looking up,
And my Resume reads well:
Especially the Work Related Experiences.
Early retirement is inconceivable.
I'd hire me on a probationary period.
You see, there is my family to consider.
I'll be the first domino.
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