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What do you see?


What do you see when you look at me? 
Do you see my smile? 
Do you see my heart?
Do you see my dreams? 
Do you see my hopes?

What do you see when you look at me? 
Do you see my fears?
Do you see my pain?
Do you see me as an equal or someone who should take whatever is offered?
Do you see me as a threat to the equilibrium?

What do you see when you look at me?

You see, I see someone just trying to make a positive change to my life and others.
I see someone aiming to get ahead by using the talents I’ve been blessed with.
I see someone who just needs a break to take the next step.

What do I see when I look at me? 
I see me. Simply me.


Thoughts of an ambitious soul with a joyful heart.❤️

Featured image: https://uk.pinterest.com/billabongbabe18/soul-fillers/

By Nichole McIntosh FRSA

I am a Jamaican-born British nurse, poet, blogger: http://nicholemcintosh.com, vlogger, podcaster, motivational speaker, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Editorial Advisor of the Royal College of Nursing Institute’s Nursing Management Journal.

I am also the Founder and Director of Maroon Mindset Unlimited Ltd, a consultancy company that works with the NHS and other systems to learn, think and behave differently.

Follow me on Twitter: @McIntoshNichole
Instagram: @tyrese876 or @maroon.mindset
Facebook Page: @NicholeMcIntoshFRSA
LinkedIn: Maroon Mindset

3 replies on “What do you see?”

Nichole. That wasn’t just an ordinary poem. It truly was cathartic. You deserve all the best because you are truly a very good person. I can feel that very strongly. I hope I didn’t offend you with my tweet about your beauty. You truly are…physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually.

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