Both of the sentences are correct.

"The morning is finished" is correct. It means "the morning is over." "Finished" and "over" mean "at an end." The past participle "finished" can be used here as an adjective.

It's also possible to say, "The morning has finished." "Finish" means "end," and is often used interchangeably with "end." In fact, your second sentence might be also be stated, "The morning has ended."
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Both "finish" and "end" can be transitive or intransitive verbs. A search on Google has yielded 22 examples of "morning has finished" and another 22 for "morning is finished."
It also shows 38 examples of "morning has ended," but only four examples for "morning is ended."

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