Humor Poetry posted June 10, 2019

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Don't fall for it.

Open Door Policy

by Willie P. Smith

Enter through my door,
Where all logic ends.
Remain and talk awhile
Where total chaos begins.

Ask me any question
And I will do my best.
I may not know the answer
But you will know no less.

Feel free to give your opinion,
Don't ever be afraid to complain.
Just say the things I want to hear
Or don't ever bother me again.

I hope our little talk has helped you,
I hope I made myself clear.
But, if you wanted to be less confused,
Why the hell did you come in here.

This is serious writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write a poem of any type that treats a serious subject as humor.

I made the mistake of falling for the "Open Door" policy when I was Sergeant on motorcycles, for the San Diego Police Department. I entered
my Lieutenants office to complain about the motorcycles the Department was purchasing. Other Departments were using the same motorcycle and had reported them unsafe. I received a big butt chewing and never
tried their policy again. When I left his office, I wrote this poem.
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