The third day prompt of the 2018 National Poetry Writing Month: Write a list poem in which all the items are made-up names. This poem is based on a tongue-in-cheek look back at working from the perspective of retirement.
NoMo’ WorkShuns of Retiremeizations
No mo’ traffic commushuns
No mo’ Monday bluesifications
No mo’ burnt coffee offeringtoshuns
No mo’ why I’m late excuzations
No mo’ performance evauliebations
No mo’ worrying about promousayshuns
No mo’ office gossip whosaytions
No mo’ workmate envy whodaypaytions
No mo’ idiot bossbigheadiztions
No mo’ recovery vacatoshortations
No mo’ meeting bordeathpations
No mo’ engineering gobbledygookovations
No mo’ organized rejobmobettatryzations
No mo’ more with lesspraystaions
No mo’ work aggravation peepsalazations
No mo’ monthly disgruntiliations
No mo’ hallucinational goalaberations
No mo’ feckup fairy malfunctioniztions
No mo’ maybenots of probationosensations
(Bill Reynolds 4/3/2018)
Working or retired, look both ways.
Mind those workday gaps.
2 thoughts on “Poetry — NaPoWriMo: NoMo’ Workshuns Retiremeizations”
OMG, I’m laughing so hard I’m crying! I take it you’re enjoying retirement, Bill! I can so relate to all those workadayfustrations! SUPERB!
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