Shouts of joy
Joining his grandma
Into her room
Meddling cosmetic drawer
Grandpa intervenes to
Stop him from
Spray onto left armpit
Spray onto right armpit
Surrender perfume bottle
Desiring to eliminate
Coming out of
Inspiration On: Tuesday, 18 June 2013 at 4:54pm
Inspiration Ends On: Wednesday, 19 June 2013 at 2:01am
The poetry written by Busy Mind Thinking about obsession at http://busymindthinking.com/2013/06/18/obsession/ reminded me of this poetry. This poetry is about the time my son was around two years old who knew that his armpits were smelly due to perspiration. Entering his grandma’s room, he meddle her drawer full of cosmetics. Within the cosmetics, he unknowingly grabbed onto a perfume bottle. The alarmed grandpa shouted at him to put the perfume back. Upon knowing it is a perfume, he instantly sprayed it onto his armpits. An angry situation turned into humour. Grandparents had a good laugh. At night, my helper narrated this event.
The turtle’s eyes is so big
The turtle’s eyes is very big
The turtle’s eyes is extremely big
The turtle is scary
The turtle is scaring me
I am scared of the turtle
I am fearful of the turtle
I am frightened of the turtle.
NO! NO! NO!
I don’t want to see it.
Inspiration On: 24 December 2012 at 10:30pm
My toddler reported to me his worst event of bring startled and frightened by my turtle. Then I revised it putting myself in his shoes.
Please Refer to A Large Eyes Green Turtle.
An object of cuteness amongst my school
An object of fear frightens my toddler.
A large eyes green turtle.
I am aghast.
I am speechless.
Inspiration On: 24 December 2012 at 10:21pm
During my studies in my art school, I sculpted a cute clay, turtle with Manga type big eyes. In the school, my sculpted turtle received cute appraisals from my lecturers and classmates. Shockingly, my toddler is fearful of it. This rendered me aghast and speechless.
Please refer to Mischievous.
Nearing the glass decoration panel.
Startled at the green big eyes turtle
Begging for hug
And he is hugged.
And he quiets down.
Inspiration On: 24 December 2012 at 10:20pm
My toddler was startled and frightened by my manga large eyes green turtle.
Hands clasp onto the tree with its claws
Legs clasp onto the tree with its claws
As claws clasp tightly onto the bark of the tree.
It is a KOALA!
Hands clasp onto the neck with fingers
Legs clasp onto the waist with toes
As fingers and feet clasp tightly around the neck and waist of his father.
My toddler is like a koala.
Inspiration On: Monday, 24 December 2012 at 9pm
Whenever my husband carries our toddler, he clasps onto my husband tightly unwilling to walk and afraid of something.
Hiding under chairs
Hiding under tables
Hiding under the television rack
Hiding under his cot
Hiding under the dressing table
Hiding behind the doors
Hiding at the corner
Hiding in the wardrobe
Hiding his head into the blanket
Hiding behind the curtains
Hiding and hiding
Inspiration On: Sunday, 23 December 2012 at 12:08am
Inspiration Ends On: Monday, 24 December 2012 at 4:32pm
Whenever and wherever he sees a hole, he loves to enter and hide in it.
The cot is damaged!
He almost falls . . .
The baby gate falls down!
Just with his two hands . . .
The locked kitchen door breaks!
Thank God, the door doesn’t hit him . . .
Reddish at cheeks are neatly applied!
Oh, my mum let him use hers . . .
The television rack breaks!
His butt landed onto the floor . . .
Head knocks onto the door!
He just smiles and walks away . . .
He is somersaulting on his cot!
Giving a smile then he grins . . .
The sofa is pulled out and pushed back!
He does so happily . . .
His strength is as strong as a horse . . .
His strength is as strong as a bull . . .
Inspiration On: Friday, 21 December 2012 at 12:46am
Inspiration Ends On: Saturday, 22 December 2012
As I was contemplating my toddler’s action for this year and the list of broken things at home, the above poetry is birthed out.
Swirling around toddler
Moving towards toddler
Frightened by it
So he runs away
A few seconds later,
He took the fish out of the
Inspiration On: Monday, 26 November 2012 at 11:45am
The above event just occurred while my 29 months old toddler was playing with the Finding Nemo fish with manual knob.
A toddler’s legs tug out
Legs tug out of the steel door bar
Blast of laughter for seeing . . .
His feet are
Feet are onto the outside floor
Hands grab the door bar.
Inspiration On: Tuesday, 30 October 2012 at 8:40pm
Revised On: Friday, 2 November 2012 at 5:22pm
My 28 months toddler refused to wear his shoes when he knew that he was going out. In order to speed up, my husband and I pretended to leave house. Leaving the house and closed the door bar. In a crying tone, he stretched out his legs out of the door bar. We laughed at his reaction. Finally, he willingly wore his shoes. The above inspiration began with, “Legs stick out of the steel door bar.” Next day, more words flowed out.
Leg kicking stance to
Remove his pampers hurriedly
Forgotten to push it
The pampers bounces onto his face
Face is covered with own urine
He laughs it out.
Inspiration On: Wednesday, 10 October 2012 at 10:30pm
Inspiration Ends On: Thursday, 11 October 2012 at 5pm
Whenever changing my twenty seven months old toddler, he often plays around with his pampers. Nothing happens until on Wednesday night, just before his sleep, his pampers bounced back onto his face.