Tiring fulfillment

I am grateful for my job.

My brain would feel different,

’cause it’s mostly drained.

My eyes would surely be tepid,

’cause they’re always tired.

But my heart’s been happy,

the moment I was hired.

Draining?

Yes, it surely is.

Tiring?

Yes, it definitely is.

But…

satisfying,

yes, it is,

 fulfilling,

I’d say yes.

That is why

I am indeed grateful for my job.

©2015 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.

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DAY 42 of 50 Days of Gratefulness

Today, I am grateful for my job. 🙂

I guess, my poem have said a lot already, and I’ve mentioned my reflected answer, too. Okay, I’ll shut up now.

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18 thoughts on “Tiring fulfillment

  1. I’m glad you like your job Rosema that is half the battle. Going into a job you don’t like can be really draining. Also, I think that a person is more motivated at a job they enjoy. Cheers. Have a great weekend.

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  2. You write so favorably–and in verse!–about your job. It’s a lesson for more of us. When I served on a college faculty, I’d go to our meetings and listen to minor complaints declaimed loudly. I kept coming to the point where I’d think, Where’s the gratitude? Couldn’t we take a moment to express thanks that we have work?

    Faculty are whiny. Good for you you’re not. Thank you!–Christopher

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  3. Having a job that you really love is a true blessing, I’m happy for you ❤
    You and other bloggers are inspiring me to write about gratitude I shall post it in the following days, thank you for that ❤

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