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My Coworker Won’t Shut Up While I’m Busy

My Coworker Won’t Shut Up While I’m Busy

A Poem by Criator

From the collection of “Bodily Observations”


Rubbing scabs with cotton balls  

Will cause chafing. 


You’re on my shoulder, 

Correcting minute mistakes, 

While I tap a screen. 


Too many helpful words  

Created a rash where you stood, 

Then a scab, 

But still I keep it sealed. 


But, oh! Your contorted face 

Followed by my hysterical howls 


When the crust splits, bursts open, 

And a bead of pus-infused blood 

Kisses the corner of your lip,


My patience, you’ve tested 

And dissected. 


Now you've seen something 

You regret prodding at. 

© 2022 Criator

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Added on August 5, 2022
Last Updated on August 5, 2022
Tags: poem, poetry, criator, rage, anger, humiliation, drama, body gore, retail




Hello! My name is Criator and I write various kinds of stories ranging from short experimental stories to action, adventure novels to macabre or lighthearted poetry. more..

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