Your Passion | Poetry by Michelle Morris

When you choose a career make it your passion and interest

so you have drive to accomplish your goals

Your attitude must fit the career you pursue 

in the future because first impression says a lot about you

how you see yourself

others wouldn’t see the same

so your attitude is important in your career

Remember to know the meaning of success is subjective to you

and how you can be successful as you further your training

Live intently and put others first in everything you set your mind to do

let the universe be your strength and guidance

Poetry By Michelle Morris 

Kachell Morris is an 18 year old driven and inspirational young writer, who wishes to inspire others through her writing and short stories.

 

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13 thoughts to “Your Passion – Poetry by Kachell Morris

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    Anita Alig

    Thanks for your lovely, inspiring and kind words!

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    Katie Pearce

    Love this! Very inspirational and beautifully written, you have real talent!

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    Be Back After

    Beautiful. Sometimes it isn’t always possible to turn a passion into a career for numerous reasons, yet it’s amazing how the universe though can guide you to end up in a career that becomes a passion

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    SHADRACK BIWOT

    Thanks for sharing this great and inspiring words. Many really need to read this especially students who are choosing a career path

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    Joanna

    This is a nice way to write about your future, especially when you are only 18. It’s important though not to overlook your friends and family whilst pursuing your dream job.

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    Dalene Ekirapa

    People are so confused about their careers lately and I would attribute that to not doing what they love. Because when you do what you do with passion, you do better.

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    Crickette, The Things I Have to Say

    I breezed through Dentistry School (Clinic) unlike any other and people used to call me and best friend “monsters” because we were accomplishing assignments in record time. People used to ask me how I manage to do it… I would say to them, I love what I’m doing. That’s how it all began for me. I loved being a dentist so it was enough fuel to keep me going.

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    aisasami

    What a powerful poem with a great message! My favorite line is “Remember to know the meaning of success is subjective to you” because it is true! The meaning of success is different among each person.

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    Polly

    I remember when I was just starting with my company – I had the goal, I had the mindset/determination. The starting was okay but I wasn’t progressing. I felt like something is missing. I was new to the industry and I only know a few about it so I strive to get everything that I needed, that includes training and getting a mentor. Thank you for the inspiring post!

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    Lorita

    you’re talented! this is very inspiring.

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    mainak biswas

    wow! beautifully composed..!! That’s a super talent you have!

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    Maysz

    This is truly really inspiring. Lots of people have confusion about their careers because now they focusing on what is demand but for me, I’m starting to explore myself and I do what I really love.

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    Jessica A

    Very nice. I’m coming across of a lot of poetry lately, and I have to say.. there is talent in this world.

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