Submissions for MPR’s In the Loop

In the Loop asks, “Do you live to work or work to live?”

In the Loop is looking for short (two minutes or less) poems, plays, essays, songs, sound collages — anything that can be expressed on the radio — about your relationship with work. Bonus points if you create your submission at work and can prove it to us (a photo, a signed note from your boss).

While I’d say the ratio of bitter cube-dwellers to people that actually like their jobs is pretty high, I’m betting they got a lot more stuff from the latter group. And some real creativity from people who are clearly not busy during the day.

My level of creative expression maxes out with haiku.

when there’s more to do
more work gets done. right now there’s
not much going on.

i push a lot of
paper. the FDA is
a needy mofo.

a bigger cube is
the excitement of the year.
eight by eight, baby!

(as seen at LJ twin_cities and MNspeak)

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