I came across an interesting media report. Here it is:
“We’ve seen quite a bit of resignation notes in the IT world over the years, but this one takes the cake when it comes to originality. Jonathan Schwartz, CEO of Sun Microsystems, has tweeted his resignation, explaining it with a haiku poem.
‘Today’s my last day at Sun. I’ll miss it. Seems only fitting to end on a #haiku.
Stalled too many customers
CEO no more
The reasons for Schwartz’s resignation were more or less known much before; recently, Oracle has acquired Sun and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said in an interview last week he expects Schwartz to resign. Last week, Schwartz already announced that he’s probably resigning, tweeting a link to his last blog at Sun.
According to The New York Times, Schwartz was the first Fortune 200 boss to tweet his resignation Well, why not — if you have to leave, you might as well leave in style.”
I thought as to what would be my resignation style. Being a fan of Hindi film songs, I would say : “Hum Chhod Chaley Hain Mehfil Ko, Yaad Aaye Kabhi Tau Matt Rona” (I am leaving this party. Do not shed tears if you ever remember me.)
Another one would be: “Hum Tau Jaatey Apney Gaon, Sab Ko Ram Ram Ram!” (I am leaving for my village. I wish you all in the name of Lord Rama)
Readers, your responses as to how you would put in your resignations in poetry form, are welcome.