RE: A Corporate IT tragedy in five limericks
A manager’s response to A corporate IT tragedy in five limericks:
I see you have taken offence.
But axing your job made good sense.
You had to go
to save us some dough,
and that’s why you are in past tense.
It broke our hearts to do it,
but it’s because of the market.
Our bottom line
has to climb
a long way to make us a profit.
Let me say this just between us:
For savings, on me was the onus.
And it’s better to see
you gone, than me.
It may even earn me a bonus.
I know you will soon secure
another big fat sinecure.
Where you’ll do no work,
and continue to shirk,
while gaining promotions galore.
And so I bid you adieu;
and many good wishes to you.
See, writing bad verse
may feel good at first,
but later just may get sued.