Content is Expected | A Poem by Roli Edema

Content is Expected is a poem that offers a brief glimpse into the lives of digital content creators. Having to come up with new ideas so frequently isn't easy, but it is definitely rewarding. 

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8 hours at work, then it’s all put away

Oh how I wish that was the layout of my day

“All you do is take pictures? You’re living the life”

Strategic squares, though you think this is a game

Every day I stock my gallery, so I won’t be put to shame

 

A job we love, its freedom is sweet

Yet work never ends, your energy it depletes

“All you do is write your rambles? I could do that”

I’m on a content cloud, feels like hours spent deep in thought

Oh Pinterest give me ideas, so my content doesn’t fall short

 

Will they like this as much as I do?

I haven’t the faintest clue

Content is expected so I’ve gotta come through

Thankful for the eyes that eagerly wait for a new post

Haven’t finished, but I’m nearly there…almost

 

Extra brownie points if you deliver a day before

But make that celebration quick, you’ve got to produce more

Content is expected so I’m forever searching for gold

All that hustle, no one sees behind the scenes

It’s what we go through, to be crowned content kings and queens


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