Do you know
What you are doing?
Do you know
Who are the people she sends to?
My eyes open wide
Overlook the email sent by the person
Last night I have been asking
Ex-business mentor who has been in the finance industry
I speak out
I explain my thoughts
Only to be treated
I made the mistake
Seems the best
Nobody wants to listen me
Please listen to me
Are everybody waiting for me
To make mistakes unexpectedly?
Why do I make the mistakes?
Forgive me, Lord
If I go earlier for autism assessment
Then earlier for therapy
I will not land my friend into trouble
If I listen to advise
Hold onto my tears
Rush to the bathroom
Hiding in the cubicle
Tears roll down uncontrollably
Stop then return to my desk
A lady colleague gives
A sour salty sweets
Then a big pack of tissue
Embarrassingly tears hard to control
Picking tissue pieces after pieces
Hold onto to it
A kind gesture from a colleague
Swear to keep quiet
Willingly to lend a pair of listening ears
Thanking profusely yet choose to keep quiet
Reminded of the Bible
Beware of wagging tongues
Spread like wildfire
Being quiet and cry to my Lord
Inspiration On: Friday, 26 August 2016
I just want to do my best. I overlook the email that the customer sent to my higher management. My friend sees it and is scared so she scolds me. When I explain myself, she feels that I am being self-defensive. Oh no! I make the mistake. I don’t mean it to happen.
Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
agreat poem. But….welcome back–yet again!–to the club. 🙂 God bless you for sharing with “the choir”.
Thank you for the reblog.
I understand how you feel…if I don’t talk, people say that I’m “hiding something.” If I do speak, I’m told that I’m “harsh” or “defensive.” Sometimes it seems that people are just looking for something to criticize! It would be nice if they could say something positive, and recognize genuine efforts.
I think that you are doing very well – you are a good employee, and want to do the best for and at the place that you work. That is a very good trait to have.
Am I good employee? 🙂 thank you. I’m learning to be a good employee to glorify Jesus in the abilities He blesses me with.
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