Throwback Thursday #3 June 26, 2008Posted by Matt in Throwback Thursday.
Tags: cubicle, poetry, work
I think we can all agree that recycling is a good thing. With that in mind, many of us make a strong effort to do so with aluminum cans and paper and plastics. What better way is there for this blog to show its support of recycling than by reusing older blog entries from the past 2.5 years that some of you might have missed the first time around? Without further ado, welcome to our semi-regular feature: Throwback Thursday.
Gleaming the Cubicle
Originally Posted 9/12/2006
Your walls remain drab and gray
A dystopian world so barren
Despite the bleakness, when I’m bored
At them, I am a-starin’
Though you are just eight by ten
You contain all that I need
A computer, phone, and some books
When I need help, to read
You have no windows, nor door to close
But I can live with that
Who the heck needs privacy
Or blue skies to look at?
I’ve only been here a few short months
So to others, I’m just a novice
But I can’t help but wonder
When I’ll get a real office!