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Frustrating

imagery for a frustrating day, accompanying "Serene" poem

By Mohammed DarasiPublished 6 months ago 1 min read
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Frustrating
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Driving in traffic and racing against time

any moment the clock will hit nine

its finally your turn to move off

but it turns red and leaves you mouthing off

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Walking along already pretty steamed

you turned the corner and quickly screamed

a cyclist drove into you with his face aghast

and you shout: “Why you going f***ing fast!”

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You're dressed to impress and filled with stress

as you walk to your interview confident and with high hope

a bus flies by on your left and makes a mess

you feel the universe is laughing to provoke

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You’re changed and walk up to reception

with a smile, ready to start your career

you’re greeted and told you’re wrong in your perception

the interviews were yesterday, and you weren’t here

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If you think this is too much frustration, check out the accompanying poem for some calm

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Mohammed Darasi

I write fiction, poetry and occasional articles about interesting topics. I recently created a website (just because) which I will be posting my writing in (among other things). it would be great if you check it out. https://mindpit.co.uk/

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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran6 months ago

    My jaw literally dropped at the ending. Imagine going through all that just to find out the interview was yesterday!

  • Kristen Balyeat6 months ago

    Great piece, Mohammed! This was so stressful and reminded me of an interview I went to when we first moved to NYC. I had practiced the train schedule the day before, but the day of the interview, the train was running on a different track. It was pouring rain, and my umbrella kept turning inside out. The hem on the leg of my pants just decided it was done and unfurled, so I stopped and bought tape to fix it. Somehow I made it to the interview on time, soaking wet. As I left the interview, I had a string of tape dragging off the back of my pants like a streamer. lol! I just relived that moment through this piece. I did get the job, despite the chaos. Is this a true story for you? I hope not! I have to go read your Serene piece to grab some peace:)

  • Manisha Dhalani6 months ago

    Oh man! How frustrating! Beautifully written.

  • Dana Crandell6 months ago

    A frustrating day, indeed! Well done, Mohammed!

  • Test6 months ago

    This poem is a reminder that even when we're prepared for the worst, things can still go wrong."

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