Peculiar Boss, Eccentric Employees

Poem By Lenore Lee

In fascination, I once came across
A rather peculiar type of boss
He had yellow hair and a pink skirt
Orange pants and a purple shirt
Said I, quite wondrous,
'Isn't your clothing quite amiss?
Shouldn't you be wearing a suit? '
He smiled and said 'That's quite moot
For why should I wear that horrid suit,
When I could look colourful to-boot? '
So with a quirky smile I said,
'I think I'll join you instead! '
Now if you join our office you'll find,
Something that will blow your mind.
Every employee on the floor,
Looks like models for a dress-up store!

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