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The Poet Doesn’t Have a Real Job

October 2, 2010

The poet expresses inner feelings in a way no one else can.

But since he doesn’t have a real job, the only thing he can describe is his own urge to write, things related to society and to nature.

But he doesn’t have a real job.

The poet will never understand the joy the accountant feel over a complicated journal entry or a well-built trial balance.

The poet will never understand the satisfaction of the programmer when he has built a complicated code.

The poet will never understand the happiness of the professor when he understand the complicated syntax of ancient Sumerian.

The poet will never understand the thrill the mathematician feels when he solves a complicated problem.

Those feelings are reserved for those who are unable to express them.

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