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Rated: E · Poetry · Career · #2173212
The lay-off I feared - a rhyming poem.
So never longed for this tomorrow,
With all its problems, pain, and sorrow. 
But now that day has come and gone,
And severance pay must now be drawn! 

A job worth keeping, namely mine -
Requiring tasks and details fine,
With dedication, sights so keen,
Has met the end, a vicious scene... 

This cherished work, forever done.
A brand new chapter has begun.
With polished skills and timely scope,
I look for work, attempt to cope. 

The time-off’s great, no problem there, 
No daily grind, or Monday’s care. 
Just vying for the nicest fit. 
Avoiding long commutes, that’s it!

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