Work Poems

Inspirational Work Poems

Some look at work as a burden they must shoulder and indeed it is a heavy yoke to bear. To a lucky few, work is a place to express their creative spirit. As we know there are some who cannot find a job to support themselves with honor. It is indeed a privilege to be able to support oneself.

Poems about Retirement

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  1. I'm A Person Too

    Poem From Patient To Hospital Staff

    Here I lie in bed again, Awaiting my next meal.
    A worker barges in my room, As if it's no big deal.

    What ever happened to courtesy? Just a little knock.

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  3. Only A CNA?

    CNA Poem

    Who are you to refer to us,
    As "Only" a CNA?

    We're the ones who wash and dress,

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  4. What Is A Boss?

    • By Hollie Davis
    • Published: October 2009
    Thank You Poem For A Boss

    A BOSS is someone who comes in early and stays late.
    A BOSS is someone who says the nice things to cheer us up and the bad things to settle us down.
    A BOSS is a janitor who cleans up messes and sweeps them under the rug! No just kidding!
    A BOSS is a coach who stands behind their staff and says, "We are a team" and "There is no I in team!"...

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  6. Work/Life

    Poem About Boring Work

    Day after day same monotonous routines
    Work and more work is that all it means
    From this moment onwards until I'm old,
    Be walking to work, rain, snow and cold...

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  7. Cop's Song

    What I am, what I was, what I will be,
    what will the next bloody thrill be?
    A robber, a cop, a saint, or a whore,
    what will I find when I open your door?

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  8. I Am An Educator

    • By Jo Eaton
    • Published: July 2012
    Poem From A Teacher

    Give me less and expect more,
    Increase the number of students-unscored
    Yes, increase them to where they sit out the door
    But I'll exceed......

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  10. Just A Working Man

    • By Cortney Nelson
    • Published: November 2014

    Living the life without a planĀ 
    I'm JUST a working man
    40 hours-half a grandĀ 
    I'm JUST a working man...

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  11. Lonesome Road

    • By Jason Gee
    • Published: November 2014
    Poem Of A Truck Driver Missing His Family

    As the miles pass by
    I look down at your pictures and want to cry
    When I talk to you on the phone
    All I can think about is coming home...

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  12. Nurses

    • By Danny Southern
    • Published: June 2010

    We do what we do because it gives us a sense of warmth and joy to see those that we worked hard to take care of, get better and go home.
    Sometimes things don't always work out the way we hope, but we still do our best no matter what.
    Even though the hours are long and hard.
    There are even times when we don't want to do it. ...

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  13. "Dig! Dig! Dig!"

    • By Kartik Shastry
    • Published: October 2011
    Poem About Hating Your Job

    "Dig! Dig! Dig!" the master says,
    "Dig! Dig! Dig!" while the world revels;
    "Dig! Dig! Dig!" this grave right here,
    "Dig! Dig! Dig!" 'til the end's near;...

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