Global careers…

GLOBAL CAREERS

 

Freshly painted, the neon-lit sign beckoned;

In walked a pretty college girl, seemingly prudent.

The chap at the counter she seriously addressed:

“Tell me now about your schemes for students.”

 

Queried the chap: “Your destination…?”

“Oxford, Harvard, Paris or any other station.”

“And your weight, if you please?”

Bemused, she replied, “59 kaygees!”

 

Said the chap, looking very glum:

“We need a full truckload, minimum!”

“What nonsense are you talking …?

Adjust me alone, or out I am walking…!”

 

“Miss, I am just a poor helper boy,

I do what my owner tells me to do…”

“Ah! Here’s my master, now,

Ask him: what and why and how to!” 

 

Asks the owner: “How can I help you Miss..?”

“I wanna go abroad to study if you plizz!

This guy here is asking weird questions!

He never should be in public relations!” 

 

The owner looks at her first with concern,

And then at the sign-board, in turn;

Instantly aware of the comical situation,

He guffaws much to the girl’s consternation!

 

“Miss, I am really very very sorry!

My guy’s job here is to book a lorry,

Ours is a transportation fleet,

Education is not up our street!

 

“The painter, poor guy, bless his soul,  

Is an uneducated, rustic old fool…

What you read here as “CAREERS”

Was meant to be painted as “CARRIERS “!! 
         

 

   

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11 Responses to Global careers…

  1. mamta agarwal says:

    A wonderful humorous poem with a subtle touch of satire. Regards

    Mamta Agarwal, Noida- UP
    Oct 11, 2009

  2. J S BROCA says:

    Dear Mamta ji, thanks a lot for your appreciation. Keep smiling!

    J S Broca,
    New Delhi
    12.10.09

  3. Dr Pooja says:

    Jitoo Uncle, Strong carriers of global careers. Your pill carries only laughteric acid, which has no mention of mg in it. Please tell me the composition of your laughter pill. Best wishes.

    Dr Pooja G Bhuyar, Bijapur
    Oct 12, 2009

  4. Seshu says:

    Ha ha … suits one who asked for Oxford, Harvard, Paris or any other station (the last fits her as she found hardly any difference in the spelling). So surely fits the bill for a ballast weight in a carrier if not for anything else for a career. Kudos, Broca ji.

    Seshu chamarty, Hyderabad
    Oct 12, 2009

  5. J S BROCA says:

    Dear Seshu ji , thanks a lot for your scintilating comments.I am happy to note that you enjoyed the hilarity in the situation !

    j s broca
    new delhi
    12.10.09

  6. J S BROCA says:

    Dear Pooja,thanks for your concoction / suggestion of laughtric acid;

    if you laughed at the situation,my purpose of posting is fulfilled.

    j s broca
    new delhi
    12/10/09

  7. Peter says:

    Very interesting and amusing subject. I read with great pleasure.

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    Simply fantastic ! You have an unparalleled sense of humour sir,which is beautifully carved into words.Warm Regards.

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