It’s not one’s position that matters, but how well you love and enjoy your career.
In an alumni reunion, again I met
Three J’s whom friendship I shared
“I’m a respected judge,” boasted Jet
“Me a doctor, I’m a principal,’ Jake and Jon uttered.
“And you?” the trio inquired
“A laundry man”, is my quick reply
My friends were shocked and surprised
In disbelief they chorused, “Why o Why.”
Like a wounded lion, I boldly stated
Your professions are nothing compare to mine
Your slaves to target dates and annoyed to be late
But me, I’m the Master of time.
Mondays and Fridays are my only scheduled date
TIME MANAGEMENT, no need to hurry
But got to first fix my wooden stool so antiquated
Hammer and nails, CARPENTRY comes in handy.
I do enjoy washing dirty clothes
Separating the white-colored ones
30 minutes it need to be soak
Brushing the rest gently one by one.
On an empty basket, I shoot each that are done
Taking a stance just like a basketball star
3-points! Is the shot’s outcome
SPORTS is included in washing clothes calendar.
57 clothes are now in the basket
If 23 are shirts, how many are pajamas?
Solving the equation ,how can I forget
ALGEBRA, is a good idea.
An hour passed since I started the task
How fast I am? What’s my speed
A silly question now I ask
Good thing there are formulas in PHYSICS.
My wife’s T-shirt caught my fancy
An inscription is there to see.
A verse from the book of Timothy
THEOLOGY and God’s words are always free.
Alas! I’m running out of detergents
Those white clothes still untouched
How can I escape this predicament
ECONOMICS offers my problem a patch.
As I move on to the “whites” portion
Three cups of Ariel mix with a pale of water
That is the perfect soak solution
Indeed, CHEMISTRY will always be there.
The fully loaded clothes line is a thing to behold
Pants are grouped together, blouses/T-shirts in one corner
Under wear and hankies so carefully fold
What a work of ART is all that I can utter.
Now tell me, is it lowly to be a laundry man
I say, it is a NOBLE one.
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