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Poem of the Day: “Office Friendships”

Eve is madly in love with Hugh And Hugh is keen on Jim. Charles is in love with very few And few are in love with him. Myra sits typing notes of love With romantic pianist’s fingers. Dick turns his … Read More

By / February 4, 2009

Eve is madly in love with Hugh And Hugh is keen on Jim. Charles is in love with very few And few are in love with him.

Myra sits typing notes of love With romantic pianist’s fingers. Dick turns his eyes to the heavens above Where Fran’s divine perfume lingers.

Nicky is rolling eyes and tits And flaunting her wiggly walk Everybody is thrilled to bits By Clive’s suggestive talk. Sex suppressed will go berserk, But it keeps us all alive. It’s a wonderful change from wives and work. And it ends at half past five.

— Gavin Ewart

[Painting, "The Once Over," by Pieter Schoolwerth.]