Sneak Comparison

Sneak Comparison

Sneak . . . Sneak . . . Sneak . . .
Shining a tiny torchlight onto the floor
As I walk into the bathroom
Not wishing to disturb
The sleepers around me.
Sneak . . . Sneak . . . Sneak . . .
Here, I return to my bed.

Sneak . . . Sneak . . . Sneak . . .
Quietly, a thief breaks into a house
Sneak . . . Sneak . . . Sneak . . .
Quietly, a thief snatches a wallet
Sneak . . . Sneak . . . Sneak . . .
Quietly, a burglar snatches a bag
Sneak . . . Sneak . . . Sneak . . .
Valuable stuff disappears.

Sneak . . . Sneak . . . Sneak . . .
A fish disappears from the plate
Abruptly, I peek into the kitchen
Long thin black tail wags happily
Leaving from the window
Then it disappears.
Oh! It is a black white cat!
But we gives him a warm welcome
With cat food, licking from our palm.
And he returns as a friend
And he returns as a playmate.
Fun to be with.


Inspiration On: Thursday, 1 November 2012 at 1:40am
Revised On: Friday, 2 November 2012 at 6:29pm

Suddenly, “sneak” spoke to me and reminded me of staying in my uncle’s house with my family. My family and I slept in the same room. So I need to sneak in order not to disturb their sleep. In other words, sneak is either used correctly or being abused for the selfish motive. Happosai in the Ranma 1/2 is a sneaky thief. Out of a sudden, I remembered a cat stealing food from the rubbish bin during my family’s stay at my uncle’s house before I purchase a house. Finally, the cat becomes our good friend knowing we care.

Sushi vs Fish

Looking at the sushi
Observing the sushi
The sushi wrapped with seaweed
Smirking at it
No reaction from the sushi…
Likens
A cat is eyeing at the fish
The fish in the aquarium
The fish is alarmed and
Fearful of its predicament.


Inspiration On: Friday, 26 October 2012 at 6:53pm
Revised On: Tuesday, 30 October 2012 at 5:25pm

While observing my husband looking at the sushi on the conveyor belt, the way he look reminded me of a cat looking at the fish in the aquarium.

21 Months Old Toddler

Jump onto the chairs
Removing curious stuffs on table.
Pulling cables
Playing the fans buttons
Pressing remote controls
Running to the kitchen
Pulling utensils out of the cupboard
Imagining cooking
Imitating people cook

Pluck out the cube blocks
Pluck in the cube blocks

Banging toys onto the floor
Wow, the loud sound.

Wriggling on the floor
Shouting to go out
Wanting to observe more

Pulling the petals of flowers
Catch a butterfly
See its smallness and beauty
Then let it go

Chasing a bird
Chasing a cat
Chasing a dog
Touching rabbit
Pulling the tails
Stomping onto ants
Scared by the cockroach
Disgusted by the hairy legs

All is done because I’m curious
SPANK
But I’m spanked by my parents
for not listening.


Inspiration On: Sunday, 8 April 2012 at 8:30pm and 10:53pm
Revised On: Wednesday, 11 April 2012 at 5:21pm

Throughout accompanying my 21 months old toddler, the above inspiration came as I try to understand him by putting myself in his shoes. “Pulling the tails” is an addition because I feel that one day my cute baby will do so.