The man corresponds to his previous assistant.
My Dearest [insert name here],
Through thick and thin, you have been there for me. When I asked for a coffee, it was on my desk promptly. We discussed current events, you enjoyed editing my contents, and prevent me hitting send when responding to a previous assistant.
Signed, [insert name here]
The previous assistant responds to her former apprehensive boss,
Dear [insert name here?],
Why did you forget my name? Is that too much for your new assistant to put in the template? If I had some coffee, I would throw it in your face. If there was a current event, I hope you were part of that event so I didn't have to see you at work. Your contents were always flawed. While I did prevent you to send this template to a past assistant, I'm surprised I received my own letter I wrote for you to send to your previous assistant.
Signed, your previous assistant
Another experimental poem, or would you call this a prose poem? I'm not really sure, but after I wrote the first two lines, I was set on writing a funny letter where the "boss" forgot to read his email to send to his previous assistant. Having a reply adds to the hilarity I see in this poem.
I hope you enjoy!