for a change :)

Most of the offices around my work place have been closed or very few people are showing up due to safety concerns. Mobilink, Telenor, Warid and many more. Even I saw huge shamianas and chikhs on glass walls of Bank Alfalah and InDesign buildings just to protect them from incoming pathrao (people throwing stones). Not to mention just like Telenor, many foreign outlets have also put Kalima banners on their buildings with statement that they fully respect Islam and the Prophet pbuh. Like this.

So anyways even in these difficult circumstances (or not that difficult and we are a bit over reacting?) one of my colleagues sent his resignation in a very very poetic manner on Friday. No idea who originally wrote this, but funny ;). For those of you planning to resign anytime soon, this is the way :D.

Note: If anyone finds this post unrelated to lahore, sue me for that. I won’t mind!

Resignation
The name is good, the place is bog
But the work I do is that of a dog
The work or the brand; what is my way?
I don’t know if I should stay.

To work, they have set their own way
Nobody will care to hear what I say
My will be NULL, they wont change their way
I don’t know if I should stay.

The project is in a critical stage
But to do good work, this is the age
This dilemma is killing me day by day
I don’t know if I should stay.

The money is good, the place is great
But the development is at a very small rate
Should I go for the work, or wait for pay
I don’t know if I should stay!

The managers don’t know what they talk
The team doesn’t know where they walk
That’s a bad situation, what say?
I don’t know if I should stay.

I can go to any other place
But what if I get the same disgrace
I can’t keep switching day by day
I don’t know if I should stay.

The -ves are more, the +ves are less
Then why have this unnecessary mess
No more will I walk their way,
It’s all done, I won’t stay.

1 Comment so far

  1. jobless :( (unregistered) on February 20th, 2006 @ 10:27 am

    see ya in court then! :p

    I cannot use this poem because I have already resigned a month ago



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