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About the Poem

Unable to support myself by writing poetry, I have to earn my living in an office. This poem was written at a particularly dull meeting. I'm sure my employer was impressed that I took such copious notes!

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sounds like me, a lot like me.
This was a really cute poem, I loved it! It is so typical too of business meetings, must be universal! I had to send it to a friend of mine, who I mistakenly called while she was in one, and the people in the background sounded just like your poem described! You are so talented, I am surprised that you can't make enough to just write poetry! I love your works! :)

The Meeting

Silent screaming
words streaming.
Lips moving
nothing proving.
Endless chatter,
empty matter.
Heart not beating,
death by meeting!

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