UK: A time for rhyme.

UK: A time for rhyme. - Irritated by the claim in a recent issue of American magazine Fortune that not many business people break into verse, published poet Bertie Ramsbottom (real name Ralph Windle) has decided to confound the critics. He is compiling a

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Irritated by the claim in a recent issue of American magazine Fortune that not many business people break into verse, published poet Bertie Ramsbottom (real name Ralph Windle) has decided to confound the critics. He is compiling an anthology of business verse written by practising managers about their day-to-day experience of work.

Ever co-operative, Management Today has responded to his appeal for manuscripts. Readers anxious to emulate William Shakespeare should send their best poetic contributions to Ralph Windle, Cheswell Cottage, Standlake, Oxon OX8 7QN. All published work will be acknowledged and copyrights protected.

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