#NaPoWriMo2019 Day 9: Maybe I should learn to live like them too?


The early morning starts dripping with the sound of rain. The folks waited few more minutes for the rain to stop, or at least, rain down. The rain has stopped and more folks leaving their houses and went to work for their family’s dinner.

I was left alone at home with three little kitten. Energetic, loud and of course, crying for food with their bottomless stomach. All the kittens are male with one of them have a different color fur. A bright orange with fitting pattern. Opposite, to the other two kittens.

After they filled their stomach, they went growling and playing with each other. Silly! I thought. Maybe they enjoyed their big life even though they are small. Maybe I should learn to live like them too?

#NaPoWriMo2019 Day 9: write your own Sei Shonagon-style list of “things.” What things? Well, that’s for you to decide!

Of an unrest mind


Wave, wave,
To the ocean,
As you are swayed,
By the strong blowing wind,
And the crushing symphony,
Waves crashes to the beach,
Fit each others,
Like a clockwork,
Soothes the soul,
Of an unrest mind.

Forever I will be

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I feel much better to stand,
From a high place and look down,
And wonder what happen,
If I fall,

To look down with these eyes,
That filled with emptiness,
And a disappointed heart,
What else except giving up,

I have nothing to hold,
No hands to reach,
No dreams to achieve,
No desire to keep,
Save me not,

I am lost,
From the path, I took clearly,
Went astray somewhere,
That leads to hell,
Forever I will be.

Ran from the responsibilities and glee

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To write every day,
Is not an obligation,
But to share passion,
And determination,

To skip a day,
Is to wonder,
To think and ponder,
“Why bother?”,

Not to write today,
Is rebelling,
To show unsatisfied feeling,
Discomfort in deep meaning,

To give up that day,
Is to fall down,
At the sea and drown,
And others frown,

And on that day,
The spirit free,
Green like the leaves on a tree,
Ran from the responsibilities and glee.

Daily Prompt: Cranky (To be their catch and release lackey!)

via Daily Prompt: Cranky

Image from: Go Visit Costa Rica

If they were to come again,
Luring me and my family,
No! Not just that,
Including the others around me too,

I will no longer be tempted,
No matter how good they are,
With colorful offers and temptations,
I will fight and resist with everything I have,

Because I am sick and tired – cranky!
To be their catch and release lackey!

NaPoWriMo #15: a poem that reflects on the nature of being in the middle of something (In the middle of my wait)

NaPoWriMo #15: a poem that reflects on the nature of being in the middle of something

Image from: Listening Earth

Five minutes, ten minutes,
Fifteen minutes, thirty minutes,
And turned to hours and hours,
Of waiting for someone,

Never it was fun for some,
None would pleased to wait,
And wasting every little second of their time,
They give up on waiting and start to curse,

I am the one would enjoy the moment,
The moment of spending time wisely,
I learned to never wait for someone with empty hand,
Learn to be prepared and expect the worst,

Wait with books if you enjoy reading,
Spend time watching movies with mobile devices,
But the one I practiced a lot,
Is observing others, silently like a tree,

A tree is silent and ignored,
But loyally there growing together,
Through years and years,
Until someone decided to cut it down,

I will be the tree,
Whenever I have to wait,
I might learn one or two,
In the middle of my wait.

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