Striking A Pose

Bending his right leg to the left
Resting upon his left leg
Head leans to the left then
Rests at his left palm.
Look like a boss!
Looking COOL!

Two hands open like a V-shaped
Two legs open like a pair of frog legs
Peaceful sleeping face on cot.
Look like a champion frog!
Looking FUNNY!

Upped and wrinkled eyebrows,
Eyebrows look sad
Asking why.
Looking pitiful.

Lowered and wrinkled eyebrows,
Furious eyebrows
Just an act;
Looking angry.

Raising eyebrows
Eyes are larger
Requesting food or toys.
Acting cute!
Looking CUTE!


Inspiration On: Monday, 7 January 2013 at 11:04am
Inspiration Ends On: Thursday, 10 January 2013 at 1:05am

Sometimes my toddler did these kind of poses. My dad and my brother love to position his hands and legs to make him look like a boss, and even look cool.

Fried Rice & Languages

Pouring
Garlic, and Carrot
Into the wok.
Then stir and stir.
Pouring
Cooked rice
Then stir and stir.
Pouring
Tomato, and cucumber
Then stir and stir.
Pouring
Green leafy vegetable,
Minced meat, and soya sauce
Then stir and stir.
Above ingredients resulted to fried rice.

Pouring
A language keyword
Into the sentences.
Pouring
Another language keyword
Into the last word of a sentence.
Them stir and stir.
Three languages in a sentence,
Resulting fried languages.
Resulting trilingual.


Inspiration On: Saturday, 5 January 2012 at 2:40am
Inspiration Ends On: Sunday, 6 January 2012 at 2:50pm

As I observed my toddler who spoke three languages at the same time, I relate it to fried rice.

Nothing Can Deter

Despite of warnings, disapprovals, and scolding,
Nothing . . .
Nothing can deter his curiosity.
Without any sense of danger,
Curiosity that may kill the cat,
Chasing after him
Stopping him from:

Opening the fridge door numerous times,
Turning on the oven knob twice,
Running around under the tables,
Climbing and sitting on the chairs,
Slapping the hot tea cup and it splashes onto the floor,
Holding a ceramic cup on tables,
Pressing the computer’s button.


Inspiration On: Friday, 4 January 2012 at 10:30pm
Inspiration Ends On: Sunday, 6 January 2012 at 2:23pm

It all began when my mother reinforced such behaviours again. She gave in to my son whenever he whined. My helper helped me in cleaning my wardrobe, dressing table, and the drawers in my room. My mother willingly took care of my thirty months old toddler. The cleaning commenced from yesterday and today. Oh, he couldn’t listen to an instruction with first warnings. Sometimes I wonder why does my mum listens and gives in to his whining. When I was young, that is not the case.