Application for a job
I write to you direct from England on the first day of the week.
To express relentless enthusiasm to come work with you all and to bespeak.
My availability and enquire as to what you require
one to dispatch for your consideration and connect a small wire
in which it is somehow possible to speak.
My good old friend Sam, the last great apostle of rugged individuals
sent word of your contact information and encouraged me to apply.
Hence I have attached a copy of my boiled down life
carefully sieved to remove dangerous threads of personality and individuality
It would be good to know when you have openings and if it would be possible to do an online TEFL as I go?
I have been gently pushing doors
future ever nearing
my freedom teeters on a knife edge
The Man stands over my shoulders
Young fools selling their youth
the sands of time flow
dripping life into a pension fund
so you can live when you cant feel free
I want meaningful work, to not be cooped up in a city, I have been wanting to get my TEFL but for lack of various numbers have been unable. Teaching friends English is something I find challenging and rewarding and would like to develop my skills further. I am a fast learner and often learn best by jumping in the deep end.
I hope this email makes some since and I look forward to your response
May I begin by expressing my gratitude for your ebullient discourse.
Never have I been so indulged in what can only be described as a linguistic equivalent of warm chocolate chip cookies, baked my a fat rosy cheeked woman and served by a burning log fire in a cabin by the lake in a picturesque village in Canada. As a result of your drudgery I can offer you the fortuity of averring your educational intentions via the use of some tool which, due to popular belief a Scot´s man invented, though some beg to differ.
Please propose a suitable tempore and die to arrange such discourse, preferably not this week as one is somewhat occupied in the mind and body with an upcoming peregrination to the Mecca of the EFL world.
With regards to your enquiry to the possibility to ‘TEFL as you go’ a concept which I have developed a liking to, maybe as a small child might enjoy fondling the fur of a spring born bunny, I think, considering your curriculum vitae, uniquely remarkable covering letter and the fact that you have been approved by the likes of Mr Ponsford can only lead me to suppose that TEFLing as you go in this solitary case would be acceptable. You could also count on my guidance and knowledge as I wish to be a Yoda to a young Skywalker in what can sometimes be confused with an alternate universe to the point we might feel as though we are on another planet.
Anyhow, before this process becomes overly elaborate, check out I to I online TEFL course as they are recognized (there are more TEFL cowboys out there than you can shake a Clint Eastwood classic at) and I shall be very excited about the possibility of offering you an infinite deep end in which to dive.
The very best of wishes,
Nothing particularly useful
Pages of blank inspiration
Writers of dreams
Dreamers of hope
Thinkers of story’s
Tales of the seven seas
Lines of lies and truth
Comfort in the cottage of unmindfulness
At the edge of my forest of thought.
Drink some wine now and then.
Music is my alchemy
The world has many noises
I long to hear the silence Boom.
Free me from what I have become