The Corporate Champs


To Tame the Tiger


Taming the Tiger,
is my additional task in the corporate jungle
Taking extra careful
That the tiger won’t eat or bite my hands

Remaining calm
Preparing fresh meat for the tiger
Having a pack of meat,
duck, chicken, fish, mutton and beef

Preparing myself coaching the tiger to jump in the circus ring
I find now a way on how to tame the tiger
Now I’m ready for the circus
the tiger will follow as long as you have a hold with its food.

“Jump tiger, jump! ”
I yelled and the tiger jumped.
“Roar tiger, roar! ” and the tiger roared.
Oh this is my new job in this corporate jungle.

Excellent! I shouted
and the tiger timidly follow
I was surprised and delighted
and is enjoying of taming the tiger in the corporate jungle

Submitted: Wednesday, February 09, 2011

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