Wednesday, May 19, 2010

A Project within a Project

One late Thursday evening
In my favoured corner
In a corporate reading room
All by myself
Tackling a CBA project
Lost in the heated permutations of deadlines
Surreptitiously I feel the probing stare
I turn
To the left
To the right
To a great view
From a window
In the opposite office
A pair of beautiful smiling eyes
Starring coquettishly
Hands-on-the-hips invitation
I wave
Wondering. . .
Is that for me?
Waves of rapid permutations float through my mind
Then I remember I have a presentation
Early Friday morning


Nana Yaa Boatemaa said...

he he

Lyrix said...

Hahaha...Does it mean you could tackle the other project?

Myne Whitman said...

Good luck with that, take care.

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

Would a 10-minute flirtation have hurt he presentation any? Come on, man.

posekyere said...

Yes NYB!

Calculations are my thing.
I certainly will find a suitable time to do this project with great joy.

posekyere said...

Jeez, Lyrix!
I am not somebody who shies away from challenges.
I am already doing my SWOT analysis on that project.
Priorities, however, are essential in all situations. No?

posekyere said...

Thanks MW!

If I may ask,for which of the two projects are you wishing me luck?

posekyere said...

LOL,10-minute flirtation, NY!

I am patient but very risk-averse.
Don't you think that I must first know whether there is a hook at the end of the line?

I ain't gonna fall into any traps, you know!

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

Oh, it's Posekyere's blog I was commenting on! I thought it was Indiana Jones's. Yes,you are no adventurer. Finish Project #1, and look for the hook with binoculars! Lol.

posekyere said...

Hehehehe NY!
Poor me.Having just read "the Girl Who Left Me" notes, I see how atrocious my performance in this test has been.
I was supposed to strike while the iron was hot. Now I have to find where the iron is! Lol.

Nana Yaw Asiedu said...

what's more, it might be as cold as ice now. Hmmm. Timing, timing, timing...

posekyere said...

Have been way behind the curve as you can see.Lessons learnt, my friend.
As to the ice-cold iron, lets see what happens.

enyonam said...

Jeez pose! I sure hope the S's and O's outweigh the Ws and Ts.... hehehehe. You are just amazing...

posekyere said...

Yes Enyonam!
The Ss and Os must substantially outweigh the Ws and Ts for one to realise any good dividends.

Otherwise in this situation one can lose everything.