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.


Yes, it surely is.


Yes, it definitely is.



yes, it is,


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.







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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