Grandma’s Pyjama

Mischievous and swiftly runs into grandma’s room
Noticing the opening of upper pyjama
Head slips into grandma’s pyjama
Then
Head slips out of grandma’s pyjama
Laughingly comment
The mole at her chest
They laugh together


Inspiration On: Monday, 4 November 2013 at 11:20pm
Inspiration Ends On: Tuesday, 5 November 2013 at 1:58am

This was the most embarrassing situation and too late for me to intervene. My helper reported me about this. My forty months son confessed to me this incident. All I can do was to speak to him to stop such action. Thanks for reading my poetry and hope you all enjoy this.

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Little Explorer

Running around
Jumping around
Climbing doors
Climbing chairs
Climbing drawers
Climbing window grills
Peeling stickers out of toys
Peeling any peel-able stuffs
Plucking out Barbie heads
Dismantling plastic chairs

Turn chairs upside down into a slide
Turn oven knobs until it plucks out
Stamping cute stamps onto bed head
Scratching hair and body
Turning the house into a playground

But
Pats me when I’m sick
Share his biscuits with everyone he loves
Caring those who care him
Caring towards younger babies


Inspiration On: Monday, 14 October 2013 at 10:42pm to 11pm

Even though my 39 months toddler is exploring and meddling around the house, he is a caring and hardworking baby.

Why? Why? Why?

Why?
Why?
Why?
Full of why?

Why?
Why?
Why?
Why again?

Why
Are you
Always
Full of
Why?

Why?
Why?
Why?
Why again?
Speechless
Oh, my ears.
Scratching my head
Cracking my head
Cracking my brain
Oh, my brain.


Inspiration On: Saturday, 9 March 2013 at 3pm
Inspiration Ends On: Sunday, 10 March 2013 at 11:58am

My toddler has been asking lots of why since four months ago. Now, his ‘why’ questions are increasing in frequency until I’m rendered speechless and cracking my head. My ears do feel tired, but I try my best to answer it repeatedly.

Trapped Head

Pushing head into trolley basket
Curiously
For fun
For play
But . . .
But . . .
Can’t!
Can’t
Pull out his head.
Stuck!
Head is trapped!
Head is trapped in the basket!

BANG!
Trolley falls to sideway.
Hold hard with his hands.
But . . .
Still . . .
Head is trapped!
Head is trapped in the basket!
Wail for help!
WAILING!
SHRIEKING!
Grandpa comes to his rescue.
Gradually and patiently
Pull out his head from
Trolley’s basket.
Resolving
Not to do anymore.


Inspiration On: Friday, 22 February 2013 at 10:52pm

The above incident occurred in the morning while I was inside my bathroom. His mind is always full funny ideas out of curiosity and often got into trouble. Then he learns his lesson. With speech warning is not enough. Sometimes, I just can’t help it. At night, then my helper told me the incident.

Sleepy

Head feels heavy
Mind feels sleepy
Heavy eyelids wanting to close
Aching left shoulder
Fighting against drowsiness
Forcing a smile
Weak steps.


Inspiration On: Sunday, 19 August 2012 at 9:25pm
Revision Ends On: Wednesday, 22 August 2012 at 5:08pm

Due drinking herbal tea, I couldn’t sleep for a night. My husband and I brought our toddler out to a shopping mall since afternoon until night. Around 8pm plus, the above symptoms occurred upon me. Seems that my body couldn’t take it anymore. My body just want to hibernate. But I kept on fighting to keep myself awake in order to make the trip enjoyable. Unexpectedly, my husband noticed as were about to go home.

Spinning

Suddenly the world seems spinning
Spinning to the point of
My body lose its balance
Balance of stand still
Balance to walk
Then I realize
My head is spinning
My mind immediately goes blank
Quickly, I held the table in front of me
Closing my eyes

A few seconds later
Everything returns to normal


Inspiration On: Wednesday, 7 March 2012 at 3pm plus
Revised On: Thursday, 8 March, 2012 at 10:55pm

The first sentence came when I felt giddy at the food court. All I can do is to quickly find something to hold on to. Thank God for the wisdom what to do. So I immediately take sweet according to what my mother ever told me what I should do if there is a sudden dizzy.