Dorayaki in A Cake

Cakes in a cake
Piles of Dorayaki
Plentiful dorayaki cakes
In the picture
Of a cake
A birthday cake
Where you can see
Doraemon eats dorayaki
Piles of Dorayaki
Besides Doraemon
Who is eating happily.

This shows
A toddler who
Always enjoys eating
Always thinks of food
Always have appetite
Endless appetite
A black hole appetite.


Inspiration On: Sunday, 19 May 2013 at 10:05pm
Inspiration Ends On: Monday, 20 May 2013 at 2:18pm

Around two weeks ago, my husband and I brought our son to a nearby mall to buy a birthday cake for his coming 3 years old birthday. We let him decide which character to choose. He wanted Doraemon picture and choose Doraemon eats the piles of dorayaki. We booked and paid for the cake. We had a good laugh at home confirming of our son who loves to eat and thinking to eat all the time.

Black Hole Pond

Whirling black hole
Sucking in all stuff
Uncountable stuffs
Sucking in endlessly
An Infinite hole

Unending Appetite
Appetite to munch
Yoghurt, biscuits, juice, sweets
At the end of meal time
Munching endlessly
Swallowing endlessly
An infinite stomach
Black hole appetite.

Throw a worm into
A quiet pond
Fishes compete to gulp it
Buy and throw worms into
A quiet pond
Again fishes compete to gulp it
Gulping endlessly
An black hole pond

Feeding my toddler
Throwing worms to the fishes
Both give same reaction.


Inspiration On: Saturday, 27 April 2013 at 2pm
Inspiration Ends On: Tuesday, 30 April 2013 at 3am

My toddler loves to eat. Whole day, he has the tendency to ask for sweets, biscuits, yoghurt, juice, and many other things. Though he loves to eat, he doesn’t look fat due to his outgoing personality and often uses up his energy to pull furniture and other does other things. The toys in his hand didn’t last long due to his strength.

Growing Up

Growing up
Getting taller
Growing up
Getting heavier
Growing up
Getting stronger

Growing up
Larger mouth
Increasing appetite

Growing up
More understanding

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Inspiration On: Saturday, 17 November 2012 at 2:45pm
Inspiration Ends On: Monday, 19 November 2012 at 1:15am

When I carried my toddler from the floor to the sofa, my toddler’s weight is much heavier than before. He is 15 kilograms now and the word “Growing Up” is speaking to me.