One rainy Sunday afternoon, the cold weather set my mood and so I was able to write this.
I had Boss A soon as I finished collegeHe used to teach and he also loves to preachHe is a man of wisdom, he has great knowledgeHe values his family and only to God he fears.
I had Boss A and he made me an apprenticeI learned so much and developed my skillsI enjoyed work and pushed myself harderI laughed, I cried, to me he was the best mentor.
I had Boss A, whom we adored and respectedTill it came to my mind that we’re always neglectedAll of the hard work was never appreciatedThe organization’s success, we never benefited…
I had Boss B who is very optimisticHe encourages people, he makes us believeI had Boss B who is very energeticHe never ran out of idea even when he lacks sleep.
I had Boss B and he gave me an opportunityI had the best of my career that others would envyWork became my home, desk became my bedWith Boss B, computer became my bestfriend.
I had Boss B, I thought we celebrated success togetherWould you stay still if even water he cannot share?I had Boss B, with him our efforts became meaninglessSoon as I realized that to him, people should be treated as slaves…
I had Boss C who seemed to be care freeHe is very generous, money is so easyYou’ll be surprised when you get to know himNot only he treats you as a colleague, but as a family.
I had Boss C first before Boss BBut I didn’t think twice to go back to Boss CHe cares less if you’re late or earlyHe cares more as he said so of productivity.
I had Boss C who everyone lovesBut of course, not as much as his wife doesNow all of you may want to have a boss like mineBut hey, it used to be “I had” ’cause now, it’s “I have.”