Job type

Tipedy-tap
Heart attack
Work going home
And then coming back
Work in the evening
And in the morn
Think about work from
The first crack of dawn
Fingers keep typing
Quickety-quick
Fire off those emails
Lickedy-split
Work through your lunch
Work on the train
Writing reports till
They drive you insane
Work hard for your future
That’s what they said
Clickety-clack
Starts to fill you with dread
Tears at night time
Tipety-sob
Time to get a
Less noisy job

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2 thoughts on “Job type

  1. Now this is a coincidence. Only a day or two ago I retrieve my old portable typewriter from the depths and ordered a universal ribbon. When I have a minute or two I shall get it going. I hope. And be free of confounded technology.

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    • There’s nothing better that tip- tapping on an old typewriter. Something about hitting those keys. Plus is you make a mistake you either have to have the patience to start again or the knowledge to deal with it. A life lesson from a typewriter indeed!! Hope you get yours working again soon.

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