Vast lushful greenery forest
Existential are found
On the mountain terrain
Inhaling and exhaling
The cooling fresh atmosphere
This is the place humans miss the most
Before the rise of buildings
Mankind and animals
Dwell among the nature
Planting agriculture for food
Hunting for food
Though practice bartering
No gold, silvers and bronze coins are involved
Everyone live peaceably
Few crimes occur
Do mankind misses all these?
Do mankind trade freedom for money?
Don’t mankind remember responsibility?
Don’t mankind remember nature?
Abusing nature for self-gain
Eradicate nature and mountainous terrain
Explode mountain to pieces
Animals population decrease
Building high rise flats, towers, and roads
In the end
Replicate nature with clay, wax, and chemical
As an excuse to maintain clean road
As an excuse to save money for hiring workers
Machines replace human labour
Are mankind doomed to regrets?
No wonder the iceberg melts
No wonder mother earth groans in pain
No wonder animals also groan
No wonder mankind complains stress
No wonder crime rate increases
Are mankind doomed?
Inspiration On: Friday, 6 September 2013 at 8:53am
Inspiration On: Friday, 20 September 2013 at 10:30pm
Upon waking up for work, train of thoughts echoed in my mind accompanied with strong words “explode mountain to pieces”. I’m missing my wordpress friends. Upon revisiting this repeatedly, the completed day is the end of inspiration.
Turtle brisk on the sandy beach
Hurtle on the grass is the hare
As the peaceful turtle brisk to nest its eggs into the sands
But hare anxiously hurtle to escape from the hunter
Blast from the dart gun but
Last bullet shoots into bun on picnic mat
Though most grasses bust into
Tiny particles of green dust
Safely the hare runs before the jungle
Bravely sneer the hunter before it fades from his sight
Inspiration On: Saturday, 22 June 2013 at 10:12am
Inspiration Ends On: Friday, 28 June 2013 at 12:08am
Inspired from the words, “turtle hurtle” and “bust dust”. Gradually, my imagination ran wild and thank God to help me to find the right words.
Fear drives me
Driving me nuts
Driving me crazy
Run! Run! Run!
Running across the forest
Run! Run! Run!
Running across the bushes
At the end of the
Jump into the valley?
. . . . . . . . .
Inspiration On: Wednesday, 29 May 2013 from 2pm to 6:55pm
My thirty five months son was driving me to anger by his attitude and behaviour. Seems that my mother spoilt him too much. My relative’s six years old daughter spoke in a rude tone. My son likes her a lot so recently he copied such attitude. Oh! I’m in my wits end.
Unexpectedly, “Driving me nuts. Driving me crazy” carried me into the imagination of a young lady being chased in the forest then she was stuck at the cliff.
Warm, breezy night
Dark, thin clouds hovering over the moon
Crisp howling dogs and wolves
As a fish jumps out of the river.
A sudden cold wind
Chilling to my bone
As I lose my way . . .
At the eerie and creepy forest.
Startled by the abrupt flying bat
Startled by the shining red eyes amongst bushes
Startled by the hissing snake
With teary, frightened eyes
Trembling body as hard as stone
HELP! I’M STUCK!
HELP! I’M LOST!
Inspiration On: Sunday, 28 October 2012 at 2:51am
Inspiration Ends: Wednesday, 31 October 2012 at 2:59pm
The weather in the animation of Ranma episode 99 and 100 are the source of my above inspiration. “Warm, breezy night. Water splashing. Eerie. Creepy” are the starting words. Finally, I imagined myself being lost in the woods.