Purposely tear tiny crumbs of
Banana cakes onto the table for ants
Ants gather it to nest
Inspiration On: Friday, 2 January 2014 at 10:15pm
Filled with compassion to see the spying ants looking for food, my four years six months toddler tore crumbs of banana cakes onto the table. Upon understanding his feelings, I feel so glad and happy. Wish you all have good days and thank you.
Target a snack pack
Signalling feet and hands
Pull a chair to open fridge
To gulp food
Knowing whose footsteps
Knowing opened snacks packs
A pair of speedy hands and feet
Snatch snack packs
From my hands
Ready to swallow
Speedy brain, hands and feet
Speedy body parts
Nobody in the house
Able to stop him
His fast motion
Inspiration On: Wednesday, 27 November 2013 at 8pm
Inspiration On: Thursday, 28 November 2013 at 10am
This poetry was triggered during conversation dinner with my husband. I shared how our 35 months son sneakily stealed a Milo drink packs from our snack box.
Refusing vegetables, mushroom
Refusing fish and frogs
Will produce a
Fish and frogs
These are temporary
Once one is a Grown Up
Will consume more food range
Inspiration On: Saturday, 25 May 2013 at 1:57pm to 3:03pm
Two weeks ago, my husband and I were discussing about our son’s feeding. Our son disliked certain food such as egg, vegetables and seafood. His idea of food consumption is like a pyramid triangle. Lesser food range choice as he grows older. But I disagreed where the pyramid triangle is the opposite. More food range will be consumed as he grows older. My siblings and I are a good example. Vegetables are disliked during our young times, but now we like to eat it.
When I loosen my grip.
Gripping the biscuit snack.
While he is munching his lunch.
I snatch it back
When he loosen his grip.
While he munches his food.
Ultimately, give him.
Inspiration On: Thursday, 31 January 2013 at 4:54pm
My toddler was eyeing the biscuit snack from my hand. I purposely did so to let him eat faster because he always didn’t munch the food inside his mouth.
Queue until unquenchable thirst.
Queue until stomach growls for food.
Queue until faint.
Queue until building tents to stay a night.
Queue until time is lost.
Inspiration On: Wednesday, 26 December 2012 at 2012 at 1:11pm
When I was passing by a small restaurant, I saw a lot of people queuing. So the above inspiration is birthed out.